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Bottled Waters: Are all Created Equal?

Bottled water is big business. And it usually tastes better than what comes out of the tap. But is it "healthy water?" It depends.

Is it hard? Is it moderately high in TDS (total dissolved solids)? Most bottled waters in the United States do not give the information you need to know to answer the questions. Request a complete water analysis from the company or check their web site.

Many bottled waters are processed water using distillation, reverse osmosis, de-ionization or filtration. Frankly you can do this yourself and save money.

With over 700 brands of bottled water available in the US around 80% are processed water.

Purchase only bottled natural spring or artesian well waters that come closest to the "healthy water" criteria; hardness 170 mg/l and TDS around 300 mg/l.

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