Minerals and Drinking Waters
There is much controversy about minerals in our drinking water. As a species, humans evolved consuming surface water found in streams, rivers and lakes. Surface water is naturally low in minerals. When humans began to dig deep wells, they tapped into groundwater with a much higher mineral content. These minerals exist in a form and quantity that the body cannot easily absorb. Consequently, they tend to build up in the organs and tissues, instead of being utilized by the body. FreshPure® Waters RO water contains only trace levels of minerals (typically 5-20 ppm), similar to the low levels found in fresh surface water.
Optimally, the minerals needed by the body are obtained from either a diet rich in whole foods, or through food-based supplements. All FreshPure® Waters systems are located inside reputable natural food stores. We encourage you to contact their knowledgeable associates for more information and for recommendations on how you can improve your diet, health and well-being. The simple step of adding high-quality water back into your diet can help improve your health tremendously.