What kind of water is best to drink for
health? It’s a very, very important topic for all people. There’s a lot of
mythology around water. What water—and why—should you avoid drinking? Which
water should you consume? Are you aware of this? No issue; after you click this
link and read the article, all of your questions will be clarified.
let’s talk about it now. I’ll tell you from the start. The water I drink is
also what I personally advise. I do not sell any type of water purification
system. I believe that these waters are best for my family and me. We drink
reverse osmosis and distilled water, so if we have to buy water, we always go
to stores that sell water in glass bottles. if you could assist with the
plastic Pure water is less aggressive because it is a little more aggressive in
taking minerals, polymers, and other things.
a topic that a lot of people discuss, and we’ll talk more about it later, but
it’s more likely, particularly if the water is distilled and packaged. The
water in the plastic either remains there for a very long time or, in certain
cases, dissolves into the water after becoming exposed to heat or sunlight.
it’s a mistake Reverse osmosis water is likely what we consume the most because
it is easy to install your own system under your kitchen. If you need to
purchase bottled water while traveling, buy it in glass bottles as most water
sold in glass bottles is either distilled, osmosis, or mineral water, all of
that I believe to be the best options.
now discuss some of the misconceptions around true distilled water. It’s
difficult to blame distilled water because rain is pure water and sunlight in
the lakes, streams, and ocean allows the water to reverse osmosis and become
think it’s still ok, but you have to wait for it to rain for 15 or 20 minutes
before starting to collect rainwater in very clean containers. I think it’s
probably as good as distilled water in a bottle cont. The evaporation of water
molecules rising in the clouds and then raining as pure water is how it rains,
or at least that’s how it was now in today’s day.
create at home, therefore one of the biggest misunderstandings is that pure
water or reverse osmosis water contains nothing and removes all minerals from
your body. They also know they are removing calcium from your bones and causing
osteoporosis. The investigation was thoroughly analyzed by me.
is no research to support or prove this, as far as I can tell. Now, there are a
lot of experts on YouTube and other social media who would claim that reverse
osmosis and distilled water are similar to minerals. When you drink distilled
water or reverse osmosis, you put down your stomach and by the time it reaches
your stomach, it has already been exposed to enough sodium and chloride to make
it completely saturated with those minerals you don’t have, so don’t worry
about it. Magnets and they’ll pull all the minerals out of your body and leave
you like a fake mineral list mess osteo.
- How many days can a man live if he drinks only water?
truth is that there are no minerals in reverse osmosis or distilled water,
which is absolutely true, just like rainwater has no minerals, at least unless
it’s contaminated on the way down, so as to my question, and you say that?
is purely no research to support the claim that distilled or reverse osmosis
water will filter or digest minerals, vitamins, or anything else from your
body. City Water contains a lot of good and healthy minerals because I
don’t think it does and we’ll talk about that a bit later.
big myth is that you hear that distilled water and especially reverse osmosis
water is very acidic water and will make your blood or tissues very acidic and
that’s really bad for you.
Without disputing that, no one can claim that
reverse osmosis water can temporarily lower pH by removing carbon dioxide from
the air you are now breathing. Still, as soon as you drink water, your stomach pH
increases by powers of 10 plus acid, so it basically makes no difference to
your body by the time water is taken through the small intestine. that’s why I
recommend reversing osmosis water or distilled water for your home.
If you only drink water with a pH of 6 or
7, you won’t understand why stomach acid is so much more acidic than any water
you can drink, so if that’s the case, you’ll need alkaline water to drink again
even if you buy new pH water, which is very, very alkaline when you take a sip
of that water as the grape goes through the mouth, down the esophagus, down to
the acidic stomach, very, very acidic, all
the alkalinity has been canceled out, the body, the small intestine doesn’t
know if you only drink water with a pH of six seven nine you have no idea why
stomach acid is so much more acidic than any water you can drink and so if
someone says oh but the pH of reverse osmosis water is six is very acidic they
will remember the acidity of the coffee you drink the pH of coffees is around
four and that of tea is also about four,
so if you’re worried about acidity, you
should probably stop drinking coffee and tea as well. because they have an
acidity of about four, which doesn’t matter either. because your stomach acid
is about a hundred times more acidic than that so it really makes no difference.
really need our minerals, but I believe you should put your minerals first and
your electrolytes from the food you eat or add an electrolyte supplement, which
we generally do simply for ourselves to ensure we receive enough. If you get
mineral water in a glass container, it may include more minerals, but if you go
back you will be amazed at how few minerals there are even mineral water
branded as water.
hardly mentioned in the literature because it’s a bit ridiculous at first
glance. I’m not disrespecting them, I think they take their beliefs seriously,
but they’re just plain wrong.
is no evidence to support this, and as you may recall, your stomach acid is 100
to 1000 times more acidic than any water, coffee, or anything else you could
drink, so that would be how it would work.
was also looking for research that showed that drinking water osmosis can
affect the acidity of your blood serum inside your cells.
However, there is no evidence to support this, and as you may recall, your
stomach acid is saturated with sodium and chloride, not greedy for minerals in your
Stop worrying about minerals being sucked up and stop worrying that you’re
going to flood the earth by putting a glass of water in the ocean because it
doesn’t matter and it makes no difference.
sure, I drink reverse osmosis water. Will this cause my blood to become acidic?
It’s stupid, so don’t worry, but your minerals are essential.
for that reason, I recommend that you take good care of your minerals by
choosing the correct meals. We add a drop of electrolytes to our coffee, tea,
and water just to make sure we get enough of these minerals, and we ourselves
focus on the electrolytes, which focus on magnesium, potassium, sodium, and
people get enough chloride, but it doesn’t hurt to add it to water if you’re
consuming a lot of magnesium, potassium, sodium, or chloride in what you
drink. And Your kidneys will function normally and produce urine.
should know that it’s worth a little money to ensure that your water is
actually good for you and that the most important thing isn’t what’s in it but
what’s in it because your body doesn’t need chlorinated water.
call the electrolytes below and also the reverse osmosis system we use in our
own homes. That’s where we get all our cooking water, drinking
water, and the water we use to make coffee.
don’t need that chlorine, so remove it from your body. You also don’t need that
additional fluoride from toothpaste or other sources. In addition, the amount
of chlorine and fluoride in municipal water supplies may make it difficult for
your thyroid and other body tissues to absorb any iodine you may be getting
from your diet, which could also be a serious health issue.
say it now: I never remember and have no idea how much water you should drink
every day. To be healthy and lose weight because there is a lot of
mythology surrounding it. You’ll be the first to know when I have a wonderful
idea, so until the next time.