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Reverse Osmosis Water vs. Alkaline Water?

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    Reverse Osmosis Water vs. Alkaline Water?


    What do you guys think? Been looking online for awhile trying to figure out which one is healthier/more beneficial. What are the pros and cons of each? Which one do you guys prefer!?

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    I like tap water.
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    distilled water. or stop caring cuz water is water, unless youre in mexico
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    Ya. I mainly drink filtered water but I don't think it really matters. I'm sure some have more benefits but it becomes a benefit:cost ratio that probably doesn't pan out in the end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThunderHumper View Post
    distilled water. or stop caring cuz water is water, unless youre in mexico
    So you drink distilled water ?
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    lol no im just being stupid
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThunderHumper View Post
    lol no im just being stupid
    kinda guessed that hahahaha xD but yeah...you were right, water is water...why worry?
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    I'm only asking because ive read that alkaline water hydrates you the best while reverse osmosis water is purer due to the filter
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    Does distilled water really take minerals away from your body
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    Quote Originally Posted by Z28Luver7777 View Post
    Does distilled water really take minerals away from your body
    It doesn't contain any minerals normally found in water and if salt intake is restricted, can lead to a dilution of salt. Not something you want.

    Tap might be 'better' for you in some cases, water in my city is fluoridated; important for teeth health.
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    Voss water (Grown-Ups Movie)

    Just playing... I just put a Brita attachment in the kitchen sink.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne
    Voss water (Grown-Ups Movie)

    Just playing... I just put a Brita attachment in the kitchen sink.
    yea i have a bretta or britta or however its spelt filter jug that i fill with tap and throw in the fridge so its cold. biggest difference to me is just taste of filtered vs tap, but ill drink tap if i have no other options
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    I'm pretty sure fluoride is a neurotoxin. Many people suggest against it
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