Don’t you need the minerals in your drinking water?

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August 6, 2017

Don’t you need the minerals in your drinking water?

  • It is believed that mineral waters help furnish elements for body metabolism. However, there is scientific proof to suggest that most of these minerals are in an inorganic (dead) form. While they may enter the circulation, they cannot be used in the physiological process of building the human cell.
  • With this in mind, we can see that mineral water may give “dead” or “inorganic” minerals to the body which cannot be properly assimilated.
  • These inorganic minerals only interfere with the delicate and complex biology of the body.
  • The body’s need for minerals is largely met through foods, NOT DRINKING WATER.” -The American Medical Journal
  • Fact: The organic minerals in tap water represent only 1% of the total mineral content of the water.
  • One glass of orange juice contains more beneficial minerals than thirty gallons of untreated tap water.
  • Organic or Bio available Minerals
  • Only after they have passed through the roots of plants do these inorganic minerals become organic (through photosynthesis) and capable of being assimilated into our tissues as ORGANIC Minerals.
  • Pure water removes the inorganic mineral deposits in your body. Organic minerals are fully absorbed and remain in your tissues.
  • According to many nutritionists minerals are much easier to assimilate when they come from foods. Can you imagine going out to your garden for a cup of dirt to eat rather than a nice carrot; or drinking a whole bathtub of water for LESS calcium than that in an 8 ounce glass of milk?

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