raw spring water question?

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Answer #1 | 20/12 2013 07:44
All water is raw. Raw implies that it is not cooked. You don't cook water, unless you are boiling it, hence all water is raw. Your terminology is wrong. You mean pure - meaning no chemicals added. I don't know as I read several reports from several different sources (some legit and some I am not sure about) that say that all water bottling companies are just pulling the wool over our eyes and that the so called pure spring water is realty just filtered or tap water. So I would not know which companies truly sell pure spring water.
Answer #2 | 21/12 2013 01:44
Avoid distilled water. Distilled water HAS been cooked. The best water you can get comes from underground springs called artesian wells. There are a few companies out there that use only artesian wells, but the only one I can come up with at the moment is Fiji (since this is the water I drink). It's a little more expensive, but it is a high quality beverage with over 80 trace minerals. Personally, I don't like the taste of most bottled water. Vitamin Water is distilled - stay away from it. Distilled water leaches minerals from the body. If Fiji is a little too expensive, there are two alternates that I'll drink. One is Nestle Pure Life. I can't think of the other one at the moment.

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