RO water facts
Studies show that your body will absorb up to 30% of its daily requirement of essential elements from water.
In a world where our soil is virtually devoid of nutrients from too many crops and not enough recovery time, and where diets are anything but healthy, it is very important to your long term health that you ingest calcium and magnesium from drinking water.
The RO industry promotes myths that its pure water is healthy, but the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) says otherwise. The WHO provides us with a Position Paper titled “The Health risks from drinking demineralized water” which was written by F. Kozisek. You can tell by the title where the article is headed.
Scientific testing and the best “unbiased” brains in the world have repeatedly demonstrated that long term consumption of demineralized (RO) water is bad for your health.
Here is a link to the article: http://www.who.int/water_sanitation_health/dwq/nutrientschap1.pdf
The RO industry is just waking up to the reality that long term consumption of demineralized water is bad for your health. Even the Coke company has bottled RO water that says ‘Remineralized Reverse Osmoses Water’ right on the bottle. Do they know something we don’t?
Purifiers with the multi-stage washable ceramics will remove everything from water that you want to remove (chemicals, heavy metals and bacteria) but it allows the free flow of all natural minerals in the water keeping it pH perfect.