Dr. Mao Shing Ni

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Dr Mao Recommends Aquasana

With water, you are what you drink! Our bodies can withstand a lot of assaults from the environment, but even a small amount of pollutants delivered continuously over a long period of time can trigger genetic changes, cause allergies, or worse. You can protect yourself and your loved ones by using a water filtration system that uses carbon-based filters. Activated carbon is recognized by the U.S. EPA as the best available technology for filtering out volatile organic compound (VOCs) like formaldehyde and other harmful chemicals. I also suggest using shower filters in the bathroom to help filter out the chlorine that you are showering your body in

I personally use the Aquasana filter in my home because the water that comes out of it tastes great and I know it is safeguarding the health of myself and my family. Aquasana is a high-quality carbon-based filter that consistently wins high marks for its performance.

May you live long, live strong, and live happy!
-Dr. Mao

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Dr. Mao Shing Ni

Dr. Mao Shing Ni, known as Dr. Mao, is a 38th-generation doctor of Chinese medicine, the leading authority on Taoist anti-aging medicine, and author of the best-selling book Secrets of Longevity, Secrets of Self-Healing, Second Spring: Hundreds of Natural Secrets for Women, Secrets of Longevity 8-Week Program, Acupressure Healing, and The Natural Health Dictionary. He lives in Los Angeles, where he is in private practice at the Tao of Wellness. He is also the cofounder of Yo San University, the premiere school for acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine. Dr. Mao has lectured internationally and has been featured on radio and television, as well as on the pages of the New York Times, L.A. Times, and many other publications. He is the founder of AskDr.Mao.com: The Natural Health Search Engine.