When it comes to water, it’s a chicken, not a cow
Boiled water has been in the news for the past year or so because of the water crisis, but now a new study shows that boiling water is actually less harmful to the human body than we thought.
The study, which was published in the journal PLoS One, looked at the effect of boiling water on the human digestive system.
Boiled waters contain more of a chemical called phenylalanine than ordinary water, which helps to break down protein.
So the researchers looked at whether phenylalanylalanine is more toxic to the digestive system than other types of water.
The researchers found that boiling point actually has a protective effect against phenylanthanalanine toxicity.
So if you are looking for an alternative to drinking bottled water, you might want to consider this study.
So is boiling water good for you?
This is an excellent question and the answer will depend on your health.
Some people are more sensitive to water than others, and it’s generally better to boil the water before drinking.
But if you’re worried about the effects of boiling on your immune system, it might be better to limit your consumption of boiled water.
If you are worried about your immune systems, it would be better not to consume boiled water because it has been linked to increased rates of cancer.
You can read more about the research in the PLoS One article.