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Siliphos - dangerous for drinking                                            
 
 
Hundreds of thousands of people in the world drink from milestone-containing systems containing Siliphos at home and / or at work, and there are also products containing Siliphos with no Drinking standard.
 
The purpose of the article is to consider two obvious questions:
                                 Does the public know what the content of the Siliphos it is drinking?
                                 ? Most importantly, is Siliphos harmful to health
Here's everything you wanted to know about Siliphos and didn't you dare ask:
     The article will be divided into eight topics we will discuss
                                                              1) Medical research from the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
                                                              2) Sample Testing of the syllabus by the Israeli Standards Institute
                                                              3) Maximum values ​​are allowed for drinking according to world public health regulations
                                                              4) Expert on the secret composition of the Siliphos
                                                                    Of course, YL decided to take the link down, probably because ours bothered them
                                                              5)  Whether the NSF standard presented to Siliphos is true or is it only for the type of hook                                                                         that is not marketed in world?
                                                               6) The issue of Siliphos has already Disaster affair ?  
                                                     
                                                                7) Summary 
Background:
The state of Slovenia, was the world's largest consumer of phosphate for drinking water treatment, therefore it has the greatest experience in the side effects, a chemical such as Siliphos used to treat tartar not only for private homes, but also for the treatment of urban plumbing
                                                                                                                           

The study (for the full study click here)

Dangerous phosphates have been discovered in the bodies of Slovenian citizens, also as a result of the use of "standard" amounts of phosphate, for the treatment of stone / bath water.
Written with the help of: Gregor Yarav, Borat Poljesk and Ivan Arsen
From the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Ljubljana, and the Department of Environmental Health, National Institute of Public Health in Slovenia.
Exactly the same university that discovered the scandal of violent bacteria in dishwashers.

 

 
Summary:
Slovenia has the most experience in the use of phosphates, since phosphate has been used to treat tartar not only in private homes, but also in the treatment of main, municipal and home plumbing.
In modern day life, the accumulated phosphate intake in a "typical daily" diet is very high and, according to studies, already far exceeds the recommended values ​​for the human body.
Exposure of the entire population to phosphorus (phosphate) and the amount of phosphorus, especially by drinking water, is not generally known.
One of the hidden sources of phosphorus in the daily diet is the polyphosphate marketed for the treatment of tartar in drinking water.
(Note: Needless to say, in Israel for example there is an Israeli standard, ID 1505/1, which requires the introduction of up to 10 mg of phosphate (phosphorus) into drinking water for the purpose of defining the product as a tartar, and unfortunately there are products that meet this with the help of the Silipus product It is important to note that the maximum value medically recommended by this article is 0.2 mg
 
Conclusion: The are some standards permits 50 times the maximum value you want, and pulls out of reality according to this article!
 
In Slovenia until recently, the treatment of tartar drinking water was mainly carried out within domestic water supply systems, to prevent tartar build-up.

 
the purposes of the research:
1) Determine the prevalence of phosphates in drinking water in Slovenia, those phosphates emitted from chemical phosphate treatments introduced into the water to treat mildew, in various types of structures.
2) Determine the level of awareness, or rather residents' awareness of the presence of chemical treatments, by introducing phosphates into their drinking water as well as provide medical assessment of phosphorus exposures on a daily basis, in regular household consumption of drinking water and bathing.
 
       In the present study, the presence of phosphates in drinking water sampling was mainly determined by spectrophotometric method.
 
        · Almost half of the samples have a dangerous presence of phosphates at the same values, and some recommended and approved tartar filters for human drinking.
 
The measured concentrations varied considerably from 0.2 mg PO4 / L to 24.6 mg PO4 / L
 
70% of respondents did not know accurate data on the treatment of phosphate in water they drink / shower in homes
Therefore, the concentration of phosphates added to drinking water must also be controlled, and consumers should also be informed of the chemicals added to their drinking water. The health risks of using polyphosphates to treat the tartar in drinking water have not been sufficiently investigated and have not been properly evaluated.
It is strongly recommended that guidelines be developed, as well as appropriate standards and regulations to protect human health from adverse effects of chemicals such as phosphate in water.

Introduction:
Phosphorus consumption through various sources in the daily diet is too high, it is clear to us today that our food has seen a dramatic rise in phosphate levels, and all this in recent years, especially in developed countries, due to the high amount of phosphate supplements in processed foods. (Needless to say, this article was written before publication אhe decision in the UK, followed by the entire European bloc, to consider the failure to sell Shawarma due

 to phosphate levels (a good example is the blanket ban, according to Bussche et al., Of the concentration of minerals, including phosphates, in the urine of children varying between European countries, due to differences in diet, As a result, the differences in daily consumption.
 High daily phosphate intake is a dangerous health threat!

Here are a few reasons:
1) High serum phosphate concentration associated with renal calcification, chronic kidney disease.
    2) High phosphate concentrations, which are associated with a higher incidence of cardiovascular disease, both in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) and in healthy people.
    3) High phosphate concentrations were found to be associated with increased mortality among CKD patients and among the general population.
    4) Long-term diet of high phosphate affects bone structure according to the regulation of FGF23 and Clotho.
    5) Phosphate concentrations are associated with oxidative stress and, through Clotho and FGF23, add to the aging syndrome.
 
One of the other major sources of phosphorus found in the daily diet is phosphate supplementation for drinking water for the treatment of tartar

Decision makers determine the consumption of phosphates through drinking water and ignore the medical assessment of exposure, despite the fact that the use of polyphosphates in drinking water is not quite common, this still does not mean that there is no "known and accumulated error" phenomenon.
However, it should not be mistaken that adding chemicals to treat tartar in drinking water is only a cleaning process. Concentrations of chemicals in water are used to secure the drinking water infrastructure against the formation of tartar in heat exchangers, hot water boilers, kettles, taps and pipes, especially when the drinking water is quite hard (carbonate hardness). It is also used to remove a layer which is a nuisance for the user.
The main reason for softening of drinking water is technical and therefore the health effects of such treatment are not properly evaluated or even ignored.
However, the phosphate is still widely used even in filters, along with sodium and potassium salts in the mainstream water stream in the city, village and any other authority.
According to Slovenian legislation, the use of phosphates in water is treated against tartar above 0.2 mg for drinking water use is prohibited!

But the use of phosphates is not carried out regularly and controlled since the substance does not behave proportionally.
 
The exact regulations for the use of phosphate-based softeners have not yet been precisely defined, thus leading to a lack of process control. Therefore, more information on chemical softening is essential. The softening is done extensively, in large residential buildings (as well as in public buildings such as schools, kindergartens and hospitals), and it
Mainly managed by factories, companies and plumbers who are in charge of marketing and installing the dangerous product.
Consumers are generally unaware of the chemical treatment in their homes, so forced phosphate drinking is out of their control.
But the use of phosphates is not routinely controlled because the substance does not behave disproportionately.
The exact regulations for the use of phosphate-based softeners have not yet been precisely defined, thus leading to a lack of process control. Therefore, more information on chemical softening is essential. The softening is done extensively, in large residential buildings (as well as in public buildings such as schools, kindergartens and hospitals), and it
Mainly managed by factories, companies and plumbers who are in charge of marketing and installing the dangerous product Consumers are generally unaware of the chemical treatment in their homes, so forced phosphate drinking is out of their co

Phosphate concentrations in drinking water can vary greatly - depending on the process of adding phosphorus to water, in all types of buildings, buildings, and private homes. Despite widespread use of phosphates, legislation in Slovenia and the European drinking water regulation do not yet limit phosphate levels.
 In fact, phosphates are not mentioned at all in these laws. However, the provision states that where “the preparation or distribution of water intended for human consumption may include
For the use of compulsory materials (such as chlorine) and some other additives, which are not necessarily healthy
(Such as fluorine and phosphate), rigid rules are required to determine their use, and all to prevent Harmful effects on "human health."
 
The World Health Organization's old drinking water quality guidelines note the corrosion of drinking water, but have not defined their use. On the other hand, European Standard SIST EN discussing the use of phosphates as tartar inhibitors, 1212: 2005 "Chemicals used for water treatment intended for human consumption - Sodium Polyphosphate" defines chemicals that can be used to treat drinking water for the purpose of inhibiting corrosion and tartar, and suggests that no oily treatment Mg P2O5 /
 Keep in mind: The Israeli Standards Institute permits 10 mg / l and even issued an Israeli standard of 1505/1 to three systems that do so
 And the maximum value recommended by this study is only 0.2 mg.
 
 

 
The purpose of this study was to fill the gap between the knowledge, presence and concentration of phosphate in drinking water, and the current state of complete ignorance. The study aimed to determine the prevalence of phosphate use in fresh drinking water in Slovenia.
In addition, the prevalence of sodium phosphate in drinking water was determined according to the type of structure, residents' awareness of the presence of chemical softeners in their drinking water was assessed, and an assessment of phosphorus intake exposure from drinking water was conducted.
Materials and Methods. 2
A2.1 A collection of 242 samples of drinking water samples was collected in randomly selected blocks of apartments and houses in several Slovenian cities. The study also included a short questionnaire distributed among residents and completed on-site. Usually, only hot water is softened (before entering the water heater), so only hot water samples were taken for chemical analysis. Prior to sampling, the taps were opened and cooled thoroughly for about 2 to 3 minutes until the water temperature stabilized. The water temperature was measured using a simple alcohol thermometer. After temperature stabilization, the samples were poured into clean plastic containers, for 250 to 500 ml volume tests
A 2.2. Chemical analysis to measure the phosphate concentration in drinking water samples was done in accordance with SIST EN ISO 6878: 2004 "Water Quality - Determination of Spectrometric Method, Phosphorus-Ammonium Moldumate". Solutions of ammonium molybdate and potassium antimony tartar in an acidic medium reacted with a dilute phosphate solution. An intense blue molybdenum complex is formed in the presence of ascorbic acid. The color intensity of the correlation is directly related to the phosphate concentration in the sample. The standard method was modified in such a way that the analysis could be carried out in a 25 ml flask. As well as a 20 ml sample, 260 μL of sulfuric acid was added. Polyphosphate hydrolysis was performed in a laboratory vacuum dryer (Kambič VS-50 SC, Semič, Slovenia), at 110 ° C for 30 minutes. After acidic hydrolysis, the samples were cooled and the pH was adjusted by adding 2.26 mL of sodium hydroxide, 0.5 mL of ascorbic acid, and 1 mL of Reagent II (Molybdate Acid). The phosphate-containing samples were blue.
The absorbance was measured at 880 nm wavelength with a Macherey-Nagel Nanocolor VIS (visible) spectrophotometer (Düren, Germany). The calibration curve was prepared according to the standard (SIST EN ISO 6878: 2004). The curves were determined using measurements of a series of phosphorus reference solutions (concentrations were as follows: 0.1 mg / L, 0.25 mg / L, 0.5 mg / L, 0.75 mg / L, 1.0 mg / L, 1.25 mg / L 1.5 mg / L , 1.75 mg / L). For higher concentrations, dilution of the test portion was conducted. The calculated concentrations were expressed at P (mg P / L) and PO4 (mg PO4 / L) concentrations, respectively. Each sample was analyzed in three parallel samples and each measurement repeated three times.
share the average value of 3 × 3 reps. As a positive control, two standard solutions (0.5 mg P / L and 1 mg P / L) were prepared and analyzed for each batch of samples. Since the expected phosphate concentrations were high, a 10 mm optical cell was used and the detection limit was set at 0.2 mg PO4 / L (0.065 mg P / L). 2.3. Questionnaire During sampling, a short questionnaire was completed by Residents of the homes The questionnaire included questions about residents' normal water consumption and their knowledge of water softening.
 
And an important question like:
 ?"Do you know that there are dissolved chemicals in the water in your home"

        Were used to compare people's awareness of the chemical treatment of their drinking water with the results of the presence of phosphates in the water samples. To prevent respondents from guessing, an "don't know" option was available in addition to yes / no answers.
 
 A 2.3 Statistical Analysis The phosphate concentration in drinking water at the individual sampling sites was analyzed using descriptive data. An index above or below 0.2 mg PO4 / L (indicating a hazardous or non-hazardous presence of added phosphates in drinking water, respectively) was used as a cut-off point for obtaining 0/1 values ​​in the GO NO GO method.
 
These data were then analyzed in relation to the participants' familiarity with the chemical treatment of drinking water in their buildings, and the type of buildings (houses vs. apartment / private dwellings). Chi-square test was used to determine whether the differences in concentrations were statistically significant with respect to the above independent variables. In addition, the type of structure was compared with the results of phosphate concentrations. Chi-square test was applied containing Table 3 × 2 (type of building vs. concentrations above / Below 0.2 mg PO4 / L). 3. The results of the locations of the 242 samples collected in this study are shown in the diagram.
 
 1. Examples were taken mainly in large residential buildings, apartment blocks and in some public buildings. Figure 1. The location of sampling sites in Slovenia (PO4 concentration below the detection limit, PO4 concentration> 0.2 mg PO4 / L). Phosphates were present in 109 of 242 samples (45%). The concentration of individual samples varied considerably from - 0.20 mg PO4 / L (0.07 mg P / L) to 24.62 mg PO4 / L (8.03 mg P / L). The measured concentrations exceeded even the recommended dosage of the European Standard several times in three samples. Most positive samples (c> 0.2 mg PO4 / L) were recorded in Ljubljana (89%) and the remaining positive samples (11%) were found in various locations throughout Slovenia. The chemical softening process is inconsistent due to fairly high fluctuations of phosphate concentrations. This fluctuation clearly indicates the application of inaccurate quantities and control over chemical management. Concentration of phosphates in PO4 / L mg (min. Min. Maximum concentration). The concentrations measured in 43 samples ranged from 0.2 to 2 mg PO4 / L, in 54 the concentration samples ranged from 2 to 4. PO4 / L mg, and in 12 samples the concentration exceeded 4 mg PO4 / L, while in 6 samples it was higher than 5 mg PO4 / L. Statistically significant differences were found in the distribution of the measured concentrations (above or below To 0.2 mg PO4 / L) relative to the types of structures detected (χ2 = 24.315, df = 2, p <0.001). In homes, as many as 92% (n = 33) of all samples were negative (no phosphate presence in drinking water samples) and only 8% (n = 3) of the samples contained phosphates. In residential blocks and in public buildings (kindergartens, schools, and student dormitories), phosphates were generally used to reduce drinking water: in 47% (51%) of apartment blocks and 55% (n = 55) of public buildings. In each of the buildings where the samples were taken, one resident answered whether they knew if the drinking water in their building was chemically softened. Table 1 shows the answers to the following question: "Is the water in your building chemically treated or not?" A statistically significant difference in the respondent's distribution of the phosphate measured concentrations (values ​​above or below 0.2 mg PO4 / L were treated as 1 and 0 respectively) in their drinking water (χ2 = 22.616, df = 2, p <0.001). Because 37% of respondents thought that the drinking water in their building was not chemically softened, the vast majority of respondents did not know the chemical treatment of drinking water in their buildings, and almost half (49%) did not know if their drinking water was chemically treated.
 He answers ("yes" or "no" to chemical treatment) only 30% answered correctly.
However, for 20% of the respondents, the answer was inversely proportional to the actual concentration. It can be concluded that the vast majority (70%) of users do not know if polyphosphates are used in their structures. Table 1. Respondents' responses on chemical treatment and phosphate concentrations are measured in drinking water. The total contribution of phosphorus (RDA (recommended dietary allowance)) through drinking water consumption was calculated (Table 2). Three different scenarios were considered: (1) the "worst case" scenario assuming that all water consumed softened at the highest concentration measured in our study (8.03 mg P / L or 24.6 mgPO4 / L); (ii) "high concentration" scenario with The assumption that all water consumed is at a 95 percent concentration (1.71 mg P / L or 5.2 mgPO4 / L); (3) A "realistic" scenario taking into account the median concentration (0.75 mg P / L or 2.3 mgPO4 / L) of the study presented. Water consumption was calculated by age: 2 L (for nine years or older), 1 L (for one year to Eight years) and 0.75 L (for infants under one year) per day, according to RDA
(RECOMMENDED DIETARY ALLOWANCES), drinking water consumption can contribute to daily phosphorus consumption of 0.2 and 0.1% in children and adults, respectively (in the case of the realistic scenario) and up to 0.5% in children and adults alike in case of high phosphate concentration in drinking water. Moreover, a particularly high phosphate concentration in drinking water (as measured in the present study) can contribute even more than 2% of the daily requirement of phosphorus. In the case of infants, consumption in the realistic scenario contributes 0.6% of appropriate consumption (AI), while worst-case scenario consumption can contribute up to 6% of infant AI, solely from drinking water. Table 2. Estimation of phosphorus exposure in drinking water. 4. Discussion Since phosphorus-identified dietary intake dramatically exceeds [1,2,3] recommended values ​​[49], it is necessary to consider all management paths in a management plan to reduce phosphorus intake.
SILIPHOS is indeed widespread in Slovenia to prevent tartar formation, reduce maintenance costs and restore water supply networks. However, the potential health risks were not taken into account. The use of chemicals for treating drinking water is not subject to human health tests, and their presence in drinking water is not monitored.
 The concentrations of drinking water softeners are not properly controlled and therefore very variable. The results of the study clearly indicate that SILIPHOS as a drinking water softener is also used in Slovenia. In 45% of samples collected from hot drinking water across different parts of the country the presence of phosphates was confirmed. Most of the samples were collected in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, where water from the same aquifer is supplied. It therefore has similar physicochemical properties resulting in the same carbonate hardness of 150 mg / L CaO (2.6749 mmol CaCO3 / L). Despite these common characteristics, the phosphate concentrations in drinking water vary significantly, from 0.2 mg PO4 / L to 24.6 mg PO4 / L, a factor of more than 100. This clearly indicates the incomprehensible practice of individual caregivers in different blocks of apartments indicates the need for proper guidelines and control. Comparing the phosphate concentrations measured in this study with the no literature This was possible, as no similar studies were published in Scopus / WOS / PubMed, using the keywords: “Phosphate and Concentration and Drinking and Water.” Although previous studies have examined the correlation between phosphate concentrations T. (Defining 0.6-1.5 mg P / L as standard phosphate concentration range) and corrosion inhibition water pipes and other studies investigating biofilm responses to phosphate load, no systematic phosphate concentration study in drinking water systems exists.
 
 
McNeill and Edwards conducted a survey on U.S. water services, which concluded that phosphate dosage in drinking water ranged from 0.2 to 3 mg PO4 / L. Of added phosphates, so the actual concentration data are unknown.
 About 55% of drinking water services reported phosphate water treatment. These results are generally consistent with those of the present study. However, in this study concentrations even higher than 3 mg PO4 / L were found in 38% of cases.
Water softening is only carried out at household heat stations. As Slovenia has no relevant data on drinking water concentrations and phosphate concentrations in drinking water, sampling was carried out nationwide. Most samples were collected in the capital, especially large blocks of flats with a high number of people exposed to water softening. Unlike the residents of the separate houses, residents of the large buildings were generally unaware of the chemical treatment of their water and had no information on water softening. As expected, chemical softening is mainly used in large blocks of apartments, as well as in public buildings (kindergartens, schools, student dormitories and hospitals) and is rarely used in separate homes. It is likely that the caretakers of large structures use chemical softeners to reduce tartar formation and facilitate water pipe maintenance. This is disturbing since most of the residents asked did not have information about phosphate supplements. A large proportion of residents did not know whether their drinking water was chemically treated or not. Apart from 49.2% of residents who reported knowing nothing about water softening, 20.7% of respondents were incorrect. It can be concluded that more than half (almost 70%) of respondents do not know the exact data on water softening. Only 30.1% of the answers were consistent with the results of the chemical analysis of water samples (4.1% indicated that their water had softened and 26% were not). Phosphorus consumption through individual food products is usually not very high and can even be negligible with respect to RDA. However, the daily consumption of phosphorus due to accumulation is of great importance [4,5]. In the case of phosphate-based drinking water softeners, the recommended phosphate values ​​are much lower than the RDA, but water consumption still contributes to total daily consumption. Consumption using drinking water in the worst-case scenario (all chemically treated water with the highest concentration of phosphates) represents between 1.3% and 2.3% of RDA, and in the case of infants it is very high as 6% of AI. In the case of the realistic scenario (using the median concentration measured in the present study) the contribution to the RDA ranged from 0.1 to 0.2%. It should be emphasized that exposure to phosphorus through drinking water is not usually expected. According to Andjelov et al.
The phosphorus concentration in groundwater in Ljubljansko Polia (the aquifer of the Ljubljana region, where most positive samples were approved) ranged from 26 to 60 μg / L, depending on the location of the groundwater sample. This concentration is 3.3 to 7.6 times lower than the limits of discovery in our investigation. Furthermore, since phosphorus consumption through a typical daily diet is too high and already exceeds daily requirements, no additional phosphate consumption is needed, which could be a health risk to the consumer. It should be noted that the calculated exposure values ​​were based on the assumption that all water consumed was hot water. Based on the latest research findings on the health effects of high phosphorus intake, the EFSA (European Food Authority) is undertaking a re-evaluation of phosphates for human use.
Water softening is only carried out at household heat stations. As Slovenia has no relevant data on drinking water concentrations and phosphate concentrations in drinking water, sampling was carried out nationwide. Most of the samples were collected in the capital, especially in large blocks of apartments with a high number of people exposed to the water softening process.
 
  In contrast to the residents of the separate houses, usually the residents of the large buildings were unaware of the chemical treatment of their water and had no idea of ​​softening at all and the dangers inherent therein.
 

As expected, chemical softening is mainly used in large blocks of apartments, as well as in public buildings (kindergartens, schools, student dormitories and hospitals) and is rarely used in separate homes. Presumably, caretakers of large buildings use chemical softeners to prevent tartar formation and facilitate water pipe maintenance. It is disturbing that most of the residents surveyed do not have information about phosphate supplements. A large proportion of residents did not know whether their drinking water was chemically treated or not. Apart from 49.2% of residents who reported knowing nothing about water softening, 20.7% of respondents were incorrect. It can be concluded that more than half (almost 70%) of the respondents were not aware of the exact water softening data. Only 30.1% of the answers were consistent with the results of the chemical analysis of water samples (4.1% indicated that their water had softened and 26% were not). Phosphorus consumption through individual food products is usually not very high and can even be negligible with respect to RDA. However, the daily consumption of phosphorus due to accumulation is of great importance. In the case of phosphate-based drinking water, the recommended phosphate values ​​are much lower than the RDA, but water consumption still contributes to total daily consumption. Consumption using drinking water in the worst-case scenario (all chemically treated water with the highest concentration of phosphates) represents Between 1.3% and 2.3% of the RDA, and in the case of infants is as high as 6% of AI. In the case of the realistic scenario (using the median concentration measured in the present study) the contribution to the RDA ranges from 0.1 to 0.2%. Phosphorus by drinking water is not usually expected, according to Andjelov et al., The concentration of phosphorus in groundwater in Ljubljansko Polia (the aquifer of the Ljubljana area, where Most positive samples were approved, ranging from 26 to 60 micrograms / L, depending on the location of the groundwater sample, which is 3.3 to 7.6 times lower than the detection limit in our investigation.
 
Since the monitoring of phosphorus intake through a known daily dose, it is clear to us that it is too high and already exceeds daily requirements, no additional phosphate intake through the water is necessary, which could pose a real health risk to the consumer.

 
 
Based on recent research findings, and the health effects of high phosphorus intake
The EFSA (European Food Safety Authority) undertakes a re-evaluation of phosphates
For use as high priority food supplements until December 31, 2018.
 
The exposure assessment of daily phosphorus intake should also include the amount of phosphate consumed by drinking water. Furthermore, consumers need to be up to date on supplements and chemicals added to their food, especially drinking water. Therefore, users should receive adequate information on the chemical treatment and phosphate concentrations in their drinking water. In addition, daily sodium intake should also be considered as a risk assessment of sodium polyphosphate, especially in the case of more vulnerable groups in the population (people suffering from phosphatemia or acute phosphate nephropathy, etc.). The study yielded results suggesting that the health risks of sodium phosphate phosphate such as drinking water softener are not sufficiently investigated because of the pressure from the giant companies that market them, as health risks arising from an increase in phosphate values ​​and should not be underestimated, so it is advisable to investigate this topic further. . Guidelines should be developed and regulations regarding the use of phosphates in drinking water should be adopted. Central and professional water concentrations, with no sodium concentrations, may be one of the solutions.
 
 Conclusions: You can learn from one conclusion, several conclusions. The first major finding was that in 45% of samples taken from different locations across Slovenia, the presence of phosphates as in water was confirmed. The measured concentrations vary widely between ranges of 0.2 mg PO4 / L to 24.6 mg PO4 / L. Moreover, more than half (70%) of the survey participants did not know the exact water softening data. The findings of this study indicate that: The health risks of sodium polyphosphate in a drinking water treatment device are not sufficiently investigated and addressed. From a public health perspective, it is important that risk mitigation measures are implemented to reduce overall phosphate consumption. To this end, proper guidelines, regulations and control are required regarding the softening of drinking water and phosphate concentrations.
This work is part of a PhD thesis, which was supported by a grant (Jereb G, 322 2012) from the European Social Fund (ESF) and the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport of the Republic of Slovenia. The authors also acknowledge the financial support of the Slovenian Research Agency (Core Study No. P3-0388). For proofreading in English, thank you to Tina Lebek, the English teacher. Contribution of all authors who participated in the research design. Gregor Yarav conducted the literature review, collected the samples, performed all analyzes, and conceived the manuscript. Borut Poljšak and Ivan Eržen contributed to the interpretation of the results and revisions of the manuscript. All authors reviewed and approved the final version of the manuscript.
 
 
So far, the amazing University of Ljubljana study led by Prof. Gregor and Prof. Polsk thank you very much for the successful research, and I am delighted with the wonderful connections that have developed between us, following and thanks to the journey to the depths of the SILIPHOS.
  
The strange thing is that while Kulbotech investigations, conducted several years ago by Rafi Ginat, warned about excess phosphates in food products, and the health danger of loading phosphates in food, as is customary and the Ministry of Health, did not lift the gauntlet to maintain citizen health.
The following is a quote from the summary of the event from YouTube
 

The State of Israel is one of the countries in the world that is allowed to poison its citizens.
 
Meat makers are deceiving and poisoning Israeli citizens when they put fresh meat in it
 
Supposedly, water and phosphates. Whereas the Ministry of Health, which is supposed to maintain our health
 
Not a supervisor, a guard and don't know.
What is sad is that the World Health Organization issued a warning, as of late 2015

World Health Organization: processed meat from cancer

If everything is clear and well known, then how do we allow our bodies to be loaded with harmful phosphates, and why
    So why the water standards, especially the Israeli standard 1505/1 not protect us?  
    Why does a standard character require drinking water to enrich up to 10 mg of phosphates?
As of today, the exact chemical composition of the Siliphos cannot be found, since interested parties have removed this important information, the current MSDS does not mention the hazardous lead, and other heavy metals, as a component of the building materials, at a level of 10 PPB lead and another 30 PPB heavy metals!
On the face of it, it seems free to bring home Siliphos as well, since you don't know what you're drinking.
The following is a document by a true pigeon professor who has given an opinion on the Siliphos product, where the lead values as well as the phosphate (phosphorus) values can be seen, and other heavy metals, of course, because the laborers are the Siliphos, but at least there is a rare opportunity to understand the exact composition of the Siliphos.
 
Expert on product safety Siliphos of fertilizers and chemicals
    I was asked by a fertilizer and chemicals company to do an expert chop on product safety Expert on product safety Siliphos of fertilizers and chemicals
 
   I was asked by a fertilizer and chemicals company to do an expert chop on product safety Siliphos in light of recent publications on product toxicity, including being a cancer cause.
 
Details of education and vocational training:
Bachelor of Arts (cum laude) from the TA University of Medicine. (1972)
Specialized in pediatrics at Shiba Hospital, Tel Hashomer. (8 - 1973)
Senior physician at Hadassah Mount Scopus Children's Hospital. (1999-1978)
Director of the Mother, Child and Adolescent Department of the Ministry of Health since August 1999.
Chair of the Department of Pediatrics at the Hebrew University of Hadassah School of Medicine. (8 - 1994)
Associate Professor in the School of Medicine of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem since 1997.
Specialized in medical toxicology at the Massachusetts Poison Center, at CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL, BOSTON and HARVARD UNIVERSITY. (6 - 1984)
Specialist in Pediatrics, no. Expert License 6190. (1979)
Expert in Medical Toxicology of the American Academy of Medical Toxicology (1988)
Public Health Specialist, no. License 20593. (2004)
Clinical Pharmacology Specialist, MS. License 22290. (2006)
Certified Public Health (MPH) on behalf of The Hebrew University and Hadassah Jerusalem .(2003)
Senior Member of POISINDEX Computer Information Software, Denver, Colorado 1990-2000
Author of over 120 scientific publications in medical literature.
Toxicology consultant of Hadassah Medical Association in 9- 1991.
Member, Health Advisory Committee on Medication Registration (8-, 1993)
Representative of the Ministry of Health of the International Committee for Chemical Safety of the World Health Organization in Geneva, 1996.
President of the Israeli Toxicology Society 2002-1996.
 
For the purpose of preparing Chabad, I have read the following documents:
1. Publication on February 27, 2007, of WALLA on sepsis toxicity and being a cancer     generator.     
 . Silipus Fertilizers and Chemicals Information Sheets Ltd 2
 . Results of a quality assurance of Silipus from June 9, 2002 3
Certificate from BK Giuilini - Germany on the safety of the Silypus product and the list of countries where it is approved.4
5. Approval from the Ministry of Environmental Health of the Ministry of Health on Safety of Siliphos
.. The relevant medical literature6
 
Background:
   The Siliphos product manufactured by BK Giuliani Chemie in Germany, and marketed by Fertilizers and Chemicals Ltd. in Israel, is designed to soften water in tiny systems. It releases a tiny amount of phosphate (phosphorus) into the water stream (including domestic water).
   Siliphos is approved for use in more than 10 of the most advanced countries in the world
   Recently, misinformation and trend information about the toxicity of the product has been published, including the claim that it is a cancer generator. The information was disseminated in various ways, including online (including at WALLA on February 27, 2007).
   It is claimed that the Siliphos appears to be phosphoric acid and it muddles Buddy Chlorine in the shower "which can cause a variety of health problems and complications for infants for children and adults, such as" asthma, skin cancer, respiratory cancer and more "(source: WALLA publication on February 27, 2007).
   I was asked by Fertilizers and Chemicals Ltd. to evaluate the safety of the product against the allegations made against it.
 
Discussion:
   The Siliphos is designed to soften water, including drinking water. The product is a polyphosphate of sodium, calcium and magnesium and silicate. It releases into the stream of water (including drinking water for home use) a tiny amount of phosphate (phosphorus) at a concentration of 1-3 mg per liter. These concentrations of phosphate are extremely tiny and safe without any restriction.
  
   Phosphorus is an essential element of all known life forms. The human need for June shone through the food he eats; And basically meat, eggs, nuts, different seeds and whole grains. The phosphorus ion is part of the DNA and RNA molecules. Living cells use the ATP phosphorus compound to generate energy. Phospho-lipid phosphorus is a major component of the cell membrane.
 
   According to the recommendations of the US and other health authorities, the daily consumption of phosphorus per person is 800 mg per day (more than 250 times that of a liter of water treated in Silipus)! In pregnancy, you may even want to increase your phosphorus intake.
 
   According to the 1995 European Directive (No. 95/2 / EC) phosphoric acid is permitted for consumption at concentrations of 700 mg per liter in beverages.
 
   As part of quality assurance, the concentrations of chemicals in the Silipus pellets were tested on June 9, 2002.
Results obtained: Phosphorus oxides (P2O5) - 61-63%, silica - 2.5% (max). (Also for the other materials the values ​​are maximum values): Fluoride - 10 PPB (parts per billion),
Arsenic - 5 PPB
 Lead - 10 PPB
 Heavy metals - 40 PPB
   These values ​​of the toxic metals (arsenic, lead and the total heavy metal content) are 10 times lower (for arsenic), 150 times (for fluoride), or equal (for lead) to the standard of these substances in drinking water.
 
   In light of this, claims for health damages, including cancer, from the phosphorus content in Silipus are false and scientifically deficient.
 
Certification of Siliphos Safety by Health Authorities:
   Siliphos is approved for use in more than 10 of the world's most advanced countries, including the United States, England, Australia, Switzerland, Germany, Japan, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, China, and more.
   Among the authorities who have determined that the Silipus is approved for use are also:
The National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) in the United States
The National Health and Medical Research Council in Australia
Japan Drinking Water Treatment Association
Health Ministries in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, China, Singapore, and more.
   Siliphos has been approved for use in Israel, too, according to a letter from Professor Gary Winston, chief toxicologist at the Department of Environmental Health at the Ministry of Health.
 
The claim that syphilis found in drinking water can cause asthma, skin cancer and respiratory cancer by combining it with shower vapor chlorine, strange, misleading, and negates any element.
 
 
   I give my opinion in lieu of testimony in court, and hereby declare that I am well aware that in the case of criminal law regarding false testimony in court, this opinion is signed by Expert on product safety Siliphos of fertilizers and chemicals
 
   I was asked by a fertilizer and chemicals company to do an expert chop on product safety Siliphos in light of recent publications on product toxicity, including being a cancer cause.
 
Details of education and vocational training:
Bachelor of Arts (cum laude) from the TA University of Medicine. (1972)
Specialized in pediatrics at Shiba Hospital, Tel Hashomer. (8 - 1973)
Senior physician at Hadassah Mount Scopus Children's Hospital. (1999-1978)
Director of the Mother, Child and Adolescent Department of the Ministry of Health since August 1999.
Chair of the Department of Pediatrics at the Hebrew University of Hadassah School of Medicine. (8 - 1994)
Associate Professor in the School of Medicine of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem since 1997.
Specialized in medical toxicology at the Massachusetts Poison Center, at CHILDREN'S. HOSPITAL, BOSTON and HARVARD UNIVERSITY. (6 - 1984)
Specialist in Pediatrics, no. Expert License 6190. (1979)
Expert in Medical Toxicology of the American Academy of Medical Toxicology. (1988)
Public Health Specialist, no. License 20593 (2004)
Clinical Pharmacology Specialist, MS. License 22290 (2006).
Certified Public Health (MPH) on behalf of The Hebrew University and Hadassah Jerusalem .(2003)
Senior Member of POISINDEX Computer Information Software, Denver, Colorado 1990-2000
Author of over 120 scientific publications in medical literature
Toxicology consultant of Hadassah Medical Association in 9- 1991.
Member, Health Advisory Committee on Medication Registration (8-, 1993)
Representative of the Ministry of Health of the International Committee for Chemical Safety of the World Health Organization in Geneva, 1996.
President of the Israeli Toxicology Society 2002-1996.
 
For the purpose of preparing Chabad, I have read the following documents:
1)Publication on February 27, 2007, of WALLA on sepsis toxicity and being a cancer generator
 ) Siliphos Fertilizers and Chemicals Information Sheets Ltd2
 ) Results of a quality assurance of Silipus from June 9, 2002  3
 4 ) Certificate from BK Giuilini - Germany on the safety of the Silypus product and the list of countries where it is approved.
5 ) Approval from the Ministry of Environmental Health of the Ministry of Health on Safety of Siliphos.
 ) The relevant medical literature6
 
Background:
   The Silipus product manufactured by BK Guliani Chemie in Germany, and marketed by Fertilizers and Chemicals Ltd. in Israel, is designed to soften water in tiny systems. It releases a tiny amount of phosphate (phosphorus) into the water stream (including domestic water).
   Siliphos is approved for use in more than 10 of the most advanced countries in the world
   Recently, misinformation and trend information about the toxicity of the product has been published, including the claim that it is a cancer generator. The information was disseminated in various ways, including online (including at WALLA on February 27, 2007).
   It is claimed that the sylphus appears to be phosphoric acid and it muddles Buddy Chlorine in the shower "which can cause a variety of health problems and complications for infants for children and adults, such as" asthma, skin cancer, respiratory cancer and more "(source: WALLA publication on February 27, 2007).
   I was asked by Fertilizers and Chemicals Ltd. to evaluate the safety of the product against the allegations made against it.
 
Discussion:
   The SILIPHOS is designed to soften water, including drinking water. The product is a polyphosphate of sodium, calcium and magnesium and silicate. It releases into the stream of water (including drinking water for home use) a tiny amount of phosphate (phosphorus) at a concentration of 1-3 mg per liter. These concentrations of phosphate are extremely tiny and safe without any restriction.
  
   Phosphorus is an essential element of all known life forms. The human need for June shone through the food he eats; And basically meat, eggs, nuts, different seeds and whole grains. The phosphorus ion is part of the DNA and RNA molecules. Living cells use the ATP phosphorus compound to generate energy. Phospho-lipid phosphorus is a major component of the cell membrane.
 
   According to the recommendations of the US and other health authorities, the daily consumption of phosphorus per person is 800 mg per day (more than 250 times that of a liter of water treated in SILIPHOS). In pregnancy, you may even want to increase your phosphorus intake.
 
   According to the 1995 European Directive (No. 95/2 / EC) phosphoric acid is permitted for consumption at concentrations of 700 mg per liter in beverages.
 
   As part of quality assurance, the concentrations of chemicals in the Silipus pellets were tested on June 9, 2002.
Results obtained: Phosphorus oxides (P2O5) - 61-63%, silica - 2.5% (max). (Also, for the other materials the values ​​are maximum values): Fluoride - 10 PPB (parts per billion),
Arsenic - 5 PPB
 Lead - 10 PPB
 Heavy metals - 40 PPB
   These values ​​of the toxic metals (arsenic, lead and the total heavy metal content) are 10 times lower (for arsenic), 150 times (for fluoride), or equal (for lead) to the standard of these substances in drinking water.
 
   In light of this, claims for health damages, including cancer, from the phosphorus content in Siliphos are false and scientifically deficient.
 
Certification of SILIPHOS Safety by Health Authorities:
   Siliphos is approved for use in more than 10 of the world's most advanced countries, including the United States, England, Australia, Switzerland, Germany, Japan, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, China, and more.
   Among the authorities who have determined that the Silipus is approved for use are also:
The National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) in the United States
The National Health and Medical Research Council in Australia
Japan Drinking Water Treatment Association
Health Ministries in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, China, Singapore, and more.
   SILIPHOS has been approved for use in Israel, too, according to a letter from Professor Gary Winston, chief toxicologist at the Department of Environmental Health at the Ministry of Health.
 
The claim that syphilis found in drinking water can cause asthma, skin cancer and respiratory cancer by combining it with shower vapor chlorine, strange, misleading, and negates any element.
 
 
   I give my opinion in lieu of testimony in court, and hereby declare that I am well aware that in the case of criminal law regarding false testimony in court, this opinion is signed by in light of recent publications on product toxicity, including being a cancer cause.
 
Details of education and vocational training.
Bachelor of Arts (cum laude) from the TA University of Medicine. (1972)
Specialized in pediatrics at Shiba Hospital, Tel Hashomer (8 - 1973)
Senior physician at Hadassah Mount Scopus Children's Hospital (1999-1978)
Director of the Mother, Child and Adolescent Department of the Ministry of Health since August 1999.
Chair of the Department of Pediatrics at the Hebrew University of Hadassah School of Medicine. (8 - 1994)
Associate Professor in the School of Medicine of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem since 1997.
Specialized in medical toxicology at the Massachusetts Poison Center, at CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL, BOSTON and HARVARD UNIVERSITY. (6 - 1984)
Specialist in Pediatrics, no. Expert License 6190. (1979)
Expert in Medical Toxicology of the American Academy of Medical Toxicology. (1988)
Public Health Specialist, no. License 20593 (2004)
Clinical Pharmacology Specialist, MS. License 22290 (2006)
Certified Public Health (MPH) on behalf of The Hebrew University and Hadassah Jerusalem (2003)
Senior Member of POISINDEX Computer Information Software, Denver, Colorado 1990-2000
Author of over 120 scientific publications in medical literature
Toxicology consultant of Hadassah Medical Association in 9- 1991
Member, Health Advisory Committee on Medication Registration (8-, 1993)
Representative of the Ministry of Health of the International Committee for Chemical Safety of the World Health Organization in Geneva, 1996
President of the Israeli Toxicology Society 2002-1996
 
For the purpose of preparing Chabad, I have read the following documents:
1 ) Publication on February 27, 2007, of WALLA on sepsis toxicity and being a cancer generator.
.  ) Silipus Fertilizers and Chemicals Information Sheets Ltd 2  
.  ) Results of a quality assurance of Silipus from June 9, 2002   3
4 )  Certificate from BK Giuilini - Germany on the safety of the SILIPHOS product and the list of countries where it is approved.
5 ) Approval from the Ministry of Environmental Health of the Ministry of Health on Safety of Siliphos.
) The relevant medical literature6
 
Background:
   The Silipus product manufactured by BK Guliani Chemie in Germany, and marketed by Fertilizers and Chemicals Ltd. in Israel, is designed to soften water in tiny systems. It releases a tiny amount of phosphate (phosphorus) into the water stream (including domestic water).
   Siliphos is approved for use in more than 10 of the most advanced countries in the world
   Recently, misinformation and trend information about the toxicity of the product has been published, including the claim that it is a cancer generator. The information was disseminated in various ways, including online (including at WALLA on February 27, 2007).
   It is claimed that the sylphus appears to be phosphoric acid and it muddles Buddy Chlorine in the shower "which can cause a variety of health problems and complications for infants for children and adults, such as" asthma, skin cancer, respiratory cancer and more "(source: WALLA publication on February 27, 2007).
   I was asked by Fertilizers and Chemicals Ltd. to evaluate the safety of the product against the allegations made against it.
 
Discussion:
   The SILIPHOS is designed to soften water, including drinking water. The product is a polyphosphate of sodium, calcium and magnesium and silicate. It releases into the stream of water (including drinking water for home use) a tiny amount of phosphate (phosphorus) at a concentration of 1-3 mg per liter. These concentrations of phosphate are extremely tiny and safe without any restriction.
  
   Phosphorus is an essential element of all known life forms. The human need for June shone through the food he eats; And basically meat, eggs, nuts, different seeds and whole grains. The phosphorus ion is part of the DNA and RNA molecules. Living cells use the ATP phosphorus compound to generate energy. Phospho-lipid phosphorus is a major component of the cell membrane.
 
   According to the recommendations of the US and other health authorities, the daily consumption of phosphorus per person is 800 mg per day (more than 250 times that of a liter of water treated in Silipus)
 In pregnancy, you may even want to increase your phosphorus intake
 
   According to the 1995 European Directive (No. 95/2 / EC) phosphoric acid is permitted for consumption at concentrations of 700 mg per liter in beverages.
 
   As part of quality assurance, the concentrations of chemicals in the Silipus pellets were tested on June 9, 2002.
Results obtained: Phosphorus oxides (P2O5) - 61-63%, silica - 2.5% (max). (Also, for the other materials the values ​​are maximum values): Fluoride - 10 PPB (parts per billion),
Arsenic - 5 PPB
 Lead - 10 PPB
 Heavy metals - 40 PPB
   These values ​​of the toxic metals (arsenic, lead and the total heavy metal content) are 10 times lower (for arsenic), 150 times (for fluoride), or equal (for lead) to the standard of these substances in drinking water.
 
   In light of this, claims for health damages, including cancer, from the phosphorus content in Siliphos are false and scientifically deficient.
 
Certification of SILIPHOS Safety by Health Authorities:
   SILIPHOS is approved for use in more than 10 of the world's most advanced countries, including the United States, England, Australia, Switzerland, Germany, Japan, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, China, and more.
   Among the authorities who have determined that the Silipus is approved for use are also:
The National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) in the United States
The National Health and Medical Research Council in Australia
Japan Drinking Water Treatment Association
Health Ministries in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, China, Singapore, and more
   Siliphos has been approved for use in Israel, too, according to a letter from Professor Gary Winston, chief toxicologist at the Department of Environmental Health at the Ministry of Health.
 
The claim that SILIPHOS found in drinking water can cause asthma, skin cancer and respiratory cancer by combining it with shower vapor chlorine, strange, misleading, and negates any element.
 
 
   
I give my opinion in lieu of testimony in court, and hereby declare that I am well aware that in the case of the Criminal Code regarding false testimony in court, this opinion is valid when it is duly signed by a witness in oath in court
Prof. Yona Amity
March 3, 2007
 
Still a distinguished professor, who fights justice wars on the magnesium in water, but still sideways
In 10 PPB lead
And to argue that the arsenic standard is 10 times smaller, that is not true, the exception standard is 10 PPB, and the recommendation of a delicate committee
Recommends only 5 PPB.
To argue that the arsenic standard is 10 times smaller is really wrong and tear off from reality, the arsenic standard is 10 PPB and in silipus there is 5 PPB
I mean half, which isn't true either.
 
A. A delicate committee (like many places in the world) recommended 5 PPB so that the Siliphos is at the top threshold of the standard.
B. The fact that there is a standard for maximum exposure to chemicals comes to protect the public from unusual contaminant infiltration cases, which does not mean that we must reach the upper threshold, on the contrary! Should go down as far as possible from the upper thresholds, there is certainly a choice to develop contemporary material instead of material developed by the Nazis during World War II.
 
 Coming to the side about the phosphate in water seems to me delusional, and what is most delusional that nobody has done a test in the clients' homes and especially in the morning to know how much phosphate my kids really drink?
        Manufacturers of the Siliphos, still exhibit an NSF medical standard even though the device has been disqualified
      The existing standard is only for Siliphos II and not all Siliphos products
On the Internet, you can see a medical standard for the Silypus product, with a simple check in the list of "May introduce NSF standard",
(NSF LISTING ׁ) The syllabus is not standard, and I ask why the Ministry of Health and / or the Israel Standards Institute do not raise an eyebrow,
 
How is it possible that the Silipus marketer does not differentiate between the existing version and the Wu version, and claims to fix an existing NSF?
 
In addition, as of today, there is no exact data on the composition of the SILIPHOS, until recently the exact composition appeared in all the information sheets, and Professor Yona Amity account was not held by us, neither we nor you would know what the Siliphos actually contains, it is true that there are tests Of the Standards Institute, which disqualifies the Siliphos after a day when the water is standing, but the same Israeli Standards Institute gave a heartfelt standard for drinking in Tel Aviv 1505/1. Manufacturer Corita does not hide the fact that Siliphos in the current version has no NSF standard.
for example, Siliphos in Israel has no NSF standard but has an "honorable" Israeli standard mark.
Summary:
Exceptional events are difficult to summarize in general, and in particular, it is harder to summarize events in which government offices are associated.
The event of introducing the SILIPHOS into drinking water with the approval of the Ministry of Health, is quite reminiscent of the event of introducing the "fluorine" into water, or rather, the introduction of the fluorosilicate solution at 1.7 mg/l values, while the world's maximum value in the few places still continuing to emit is 1 mg/l only.
I do not know if there is a connection, but it must be said that both the Silipus and the "fear" of fluorine, both approved by the Israeli Ministry of Health, despite the firm opposition of many organizations and citizens in the State of Israel.
 
In fact, this is the end of the article, but the beginning of a war in the authorities and manufacturers / Silipus marketers and on the other hand there is "no end" to the health damage paid by the Israeli public, and also paid for their finances, to receive chemicals such as phosphorus, lead, arsenic and a host of heavy metals. To the public, probably not the Israeli Standards Institute, which issued Standard No. 1505/1, which means that the process has passed Israeli standards and the water is recommended for drinking by the Israeli Ministry of Health, which is why the Ministry of Health recommends the same problematic water, especially for fresh mothers, Now born, from a device that puts levels of 10 mg of phosphorus (phosphate) into water, lead, heavy metals, and Launches them in the same water, and of course bathing in a tub or rather wallowing in a bath containing a mass of chemicals.
And you ask is that fair? And I answer, it is neither fair nor sensible, we are too strong a nation to surrender or give up,
Does not smell good between corporate and government offices.
In our opinion, the Israeli standard must be changed to 1505/1, to a maximum of 0.2 PPM phosphate instead of 10 PPM, and to test the material according to the Australian standard, without flow for a day, two days and nine days' and not continuous flow!
Because we sleep at night so there is no water movement, as well as going out on a Saturday, or traveling abroad for 9 days.
Then the tests will be close to reality.
My grandfather drank water from the rivers, my father from well taps, my kids from bottles, and my grandchildren? Probably from water capsules!
Conclusion: If we do not maintain the water resource, we will only see them in tears.
 
 
 
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