Rick what’s the latest we hear from the healthcare community regarding purified water and reverse osmosis systems?
Not a lot has changed. The healthcare community in general is looking for water that has some natural mineral content in it and reverse osmosis systems contrary to that philosophy strip the majority of the minerals out.
The healthcare community is also looking for water that is at least slightly alkaline. In some extreme cases high alkaline.
Reverse osmosis systems by nature, by their process, create an acidic water, which is something none of us wants is the acidity.
This is very similar for purified waters in bottles and once you have an acidic water in a plastic bottle you’re leeching chemicals into that water from the plastic just compounding your issues.
So still it is better to do purification when you do reverse osmosis it needs additional stages to add back minerals, natural coral and calcium and magnesium.
And bring the pH up to at least a 7.5 slightly alkaline rating.
And bottled waters are probably better to be purchased in the mountain spring categories like Fiji Crystal Geyser, Arrowhead. So uh take care on that.
If you’re doing reverse osmosis, don’t buy a generic system. Deal with somebody who can give you the right parameters and set the water where you want it with the natural mineral content and the proper pH in play.