Water is 2nd in importance to the human body behind air . The body is made up of roughly 65 % water , the brain 90% and the blood and every cell of the body is mostly water which leads to the most important question , what water is the best ? .
- Increases Energy & Relieves Fatigue. …
- Promotes Weight Loss. …
- Flushes Out Toxins. …
- Improves Skin Complexion. …
- Maintains Regularity. …
- Boosts Immune System. …
- Natural Headache Remedy. …
- Prevents Cramps & Sprains.
- It’s simple in a figurative sense ,your tongue won’t lie. Tap water is terrible, it’s got like 32 chemicals added to it to make it clean . There has been rocket fuel found in like half of the states [ U. S ] drinking water
- Purified is also so called purified by chemicals .
- Distilled is” no good” because the process used to distill the water removes all the “naturally” occurring minerals , which” cannot” be replaced by foods as many believe. The minerals in water are different from the minerals in food . It actually leeches minerals from the body . It also causes the body to lose minerals ..
Mineral Mineral water also has certain minerals that are not desirable for good health like sulfur, and nitrates . Mineral water is usually high in sodium which can cause high blood P., because most foods or diets usually contains plenty of sodium. You get plenty of minerals from foods which are needed in very small amounts so drinking mineral water could cause a mineral toxicity .
If you are going to drink mineral water it has to be” natural mineral water” from a spring , [ Fiji] not water that has minerals added to it !!! .
If you drink mineral water don’t stay on it all the time, take months of and drink spring or well water !!! .
Also , reverse osmosis is no good , it causes the body to leech minerals from itself . [ [ See article at bottom of post ] .
- Nothing beats” Spring” or” Well” water the” 2″ waters the bible always talks about . Do the experiment , let your tongue tell you which is best , have all the different waters chilled and do the taste test .
Remember , It’s good practice to switch up spring waters . Don’t drink the same spring water all the time , buy different spring waters from different springs .
Check this out, in the book of Job there is a verse where he says animals can teach us things Job 12 : 7 [ Niv] bible .
I challenge anyone, put out a bowl of “chilled spring water” and a bowl of the other waters [right against each] other, across the room for a dog to drink. Let the dog go over and he will always pick the bowl of spring water . Dogs instinctively know which water has less chemicals and tastes better.
Some important points if you don’t go to a spring 1] Make sure the spring , well water or natural mineral water , says bottled at the source 2] The plastic container must have a number ” 2″ at the bottom of it , the [soft , dull ] plastic , not the hard , shiny , clear plastic , to be “BPA” free !!! .
I’m amazed that lots of people don’t realize , think , or understand water should be chilled or cold . As for the argument whether it should be room temp or cold water 1] Cold water tastes way better, because it has less chemicals 2] Lowers body temp on hot days 3] Is simple way more refreshing than room temp water . 4 ] Cold water is absorbed quicker than warm water .
One benefit of warm water is that it can stimulate bowel movements . That is moot , since you will be drinking coffee which also stimulates the bowels .
Concerning the above point , the good book tells us which is better Matt 10 : 42 , Pr 22 : 25 [ Niv] bible .
As for all the arguments about 1] is it real spring water or 2] an animal laying dead in a spring high up on a hill or mountain that you can’t see , they hold no water . The chances of an animal laying in a spring are so remote it’s ridiculous . That’s like saying you won’t drive a car anymore because you might run into a drunk driver on the road .
As for is it real spring water . Just let your tongue tell you the difference between tap , purified , distilled and spring water . Also these Co. make millions , why would they cheat ? They have labels that you can check on the company , that say , bottled at the source , and you can have the water tested by a company to see how pure it is .
3 Reasons to Never Drink Reverse Osmosis Water
Just like distilled water, Tyent discourages drinking reverse osmosis water. Here are the reasons:
1. Reverse Osmosis Water Does Not Have Minerals
Part of the definition of reverse osmosis water is it is “purified water.” It means all the sediment, heavy metals, hard minerals, nutrients, viruses, and bacteria (both the good and bad) are no longer present.
Recent worldwide studies focused on the health risks of drinking demineralized water discovered:
Drinking water should contain minimum levels of certain essential minerals . . . . Sufficient evidence is now available to confirm the health consequences from drinking water deficient in calcium or magnesium.
– Frantisek Kozisek, National Institute of Public Health, Czech Republic
In contrast, Tyent alkaline water quality maintains high levels of antioxidants. It also contains essential nutrients like magnesium, which is essential to human life.
2. It Doesn’t Hydrate as Well as Alkaline Water
Alkaline water can hydrate the body more efficiently than tap water. Meanwhile, all indications cite how reverse osmosis water is less hydrating than even untreated water. This is because RO water has zero electrolytes. When the machines filter the water, they also remove them.
Zero Electrolytes and No Antioxidants = Less Hydrating Water
Of course, alkaline water is rich in antioxidants and electrolytes. These help hydrate the body and neutralize harmful free radicals.
Electrolytes Definition: A combination of dissolved salts, magnesium, potassium, and calcium. All together, they regulate the flow of water of the cells. They are also essential in maintaining nerve impulses.
3. RO Is Extremely Wasteful
A 2013 study by researchers at North Dakota State University revealed:
An RO unit delivering 2 gallons of treated water per day may discharge 8 to 15 gallons of waste water per day to the septic system.
– Tom Scherer, Ph.D., and Roxanne Johnson