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Amazing but true! Hard water from your tap is better drinking water than most bottled waters because hard water is full of healthy minerals. When drinking water from the tap is properly filtered, it is as good, or better, than expensive bottled mineral water! But many people don’t like the taste of hard water., so they spend thousands of dollars per year buying bottled water that isn’t as good for their health. Chart shows the average mineral content of North American drinking water. Consult your local water quality report to find out what minerals are in your drinking water The main complaint people have about hard water is that it tastes... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Tuesday, May 13, 10:43 AM America/Los_Angeles

According to the FDA mineral water is: Water containing not less than 250 ppm total dissolved solids. In addition, it originates from a geologically and physically protected underground water source. It is characterized by constant levels and relative proportions of minerals and trace elements in the water. No minerals may be added to it. Mineral water is also alkaline water. It gets it’s alkalinity from the minerals dissolved in it, mostly calcium and magnesium. Calcium and magnesium are essential nutrients. They are responsible for mineral water’s health benefits. The US FDA regulates mineral water. Alkaline water is mineral water... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Wednesday, January 23, 15:02 PM America/Los_Angeles

Alkaline water from a water ionizer is superior to bottled mineral waters that can contain high amounts of sodium Drinking mineral water is probably the most effective way to get important minerals like calcium and magnesium. Mineral water may even be the best way to get healthy mineral nutrition – unless the mineral water you are drinking contains high amounts of sodium! Many bottled mineral waters contain high amounts of sodium Many people drink bottled mineral water seeking to improve their health. The irony is: the bottled mineral waters they are drinking for health may be killing them! A 2001 study called: Comparison of the Mineral Content... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Monday, December 03, 11:56 AM America/Los_Angeles