The Importance Of Drinking Spring Water

Spring Water provides much needed oxygen to the body and brain, aids in good digestion, helps maintain a healthy weight, and taste great.

Water is Life. The human body is comprised of 65% water and it cannot survive without it for any great length of time. Water needs to be absorbed several times a day in order to stay healthy. While the body can go 3 weeks without food. It cannot go more than 3 days without water.

Studies have shown that women need to drink 2,2 litres of water a day while men need 3 litres. The difference is due to the fact that men, on average, have more fat-free body mass and higher expenditure of energy. because it’s important to hydrate the body frequently, it’s also a good idea to be doing so with the water that is best for the body.

So between Spring, mineral and distilled, which is the healthiest choice for the human anatomy?

Spring Water is characterised by it’s purity at source, it’s content of minerals and trace elements. Magnesium, calcium, sodium and potassium are the main minerals found in spring water. The World Health Organization stated that the incidence of osteoporosis and heart disease might be notably reduced by drinking waters with reasonable concentration of magnesium and calcium.

Mineral Water is spring that has had more minerals added to it, this is not necessary and not good for example, sometimes you will see added sodium bicarbonate this not good for the body and it is only used to by some bottle water companies so that they can get to the p.H scale recommended alkaline level.

Distilled Water is water that has been boiled into a vapor and condensed back into liquid in a separate container. With this though distilled water is water that has been stripped of all impurities, including minerals and microorganisms. So it is basically what I would call dead water.

So without a doubt spring water is the winner. It is considered the best water to drink, providing vital nutrients as it moves through the body.

This is of course buying spring water that is bottled at the source and proven to be actual living spring water. Only 55% of the bottled water that claims to be spring water actually is bona fide spring water. 45% is just treated tap water. This does not give us the same benefits.

In 2 weeks I will explain to you what to look out for on their bottled water labels and how to spot the dead water.

About Shaun

Hi I am a naturopathic researcher. One which supports and promotes the healthy function of the body...stimulating the body's built-in self healing mechanisms.
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