Debunking the Myths of Mineral Water
Feb 14, 2018
There is a lot of hoopla surrounding mineral water these days. Various claims are made by water marketeers about the source and benefits of mineral water. While drinking clean water is definitely beneficial for your body, the claims about mineral water are generally over-the-top.
In this post, we have a look at the various myths that surround mineral water.
Bottled Water is Mineral Water
Buying bottled water doesn't mean you are drinking mineral water. The packaged water you get from general stores and restaurants is simply that, packaged drinking (read tap) water. Read the label on the water bottle you are buying, it will say "packaged drinking water" and not mineral water.
So, don't be fooled by the TV ads.
Mineral Water Helps You Lose Weight
On the contrary, water that is low on minerals helps you lose weight. When salts and other inorganic elements dissolved in water are lower in quantity, they have a diuretic effect on your body. Which results in removal of impurities from your body, and hence weight loss.
RO Water Purifiers are the most effective home water filtration products when it comes to removing inorganic compounds and salts from drinking water. So, RO water does help in reducing weight.
Drinking Mineral Water Means Extra Energy
Water facilitates the movement of nutrients in your body, instead of offering energy. The energy you feel after drinking water is due to the increased supply of nutrition from the food you ate. Thus, drinking clean RO water will be as effective in energizing you as the costlier mineral water.
Concluding Thoughts – Get a Water Purifier
It is quite apparent that some smart marketing helps water companies to sell packaged water at exorbitant rates, while the same benefits are readily available from your home water supply. Buying an RO water purifier is not only cheaper in the long run, but also healthy for you and your family.
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