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Originally posted by gkgoten100
i have a question, is Nestle's Pure Life water good (as in healthy) it says that all it contains is "Purified Water, Calcium Chloride, Sodium Bicarbonate, and Magnesium Sulfate", i am wondering if those are okay or not
Originally posted by Disinfo Person
off topic, but those bolthouse farms drinks are GREAT!
Originally posted by apc
If you have normal kidney function your urine should have a very slight yellow tint to it. If it is clear you are overhydrated. If it is dark yellow you are dehydrated. Just drink as much water as your body needs to maintain slightly yellow urine.
Also do not drink distilled or RO water. Distillation and reverse osmosis remove toxins such as chlorine and fluoride, yes. But the processes also remove magnesium and calcium. Pure water lacking these essential minerals will leach them out of your body pushing you into deficiency. Drink spring water instead. Normal healthy mineral levels.
[edit on 4-4-2008 by apc]
Originally posted by an0maly33
saw this on a fox news site as well (linked from google news) and the headline is as follows:
Study: Skip the Water, Have a Soda Instead
i think it's pretty irresponsible to imply that the study favors soda over water when it doesn't make or even imply any such claim. that's the msm for you - and the worst of them.