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Water distiller vs reverse osmosis filter?

 
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I distill my water and then add a small teaspoon sundried seasalt for all the minerals needed for my body.
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I bet your kidneys hate you.
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1 tsp per gallon is fine, brief
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AC didn't say per gallon, but if you're drinking salt water your body has trouble washing out other salt from food...Considering that most people overdo salt to begin with...It's like a diabetic trying to get rid of sugar by drinking a soda...

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Whats the verdict on the two?

Is one that much better than the other?
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Go for Distilled! That would be my advice :)
I have been drinking distilled water for 6 Month now... At first I had quite some reactions... No details required ;) but then, WOW! Feel so much better!

Reverse Osmosis is very good... But the only water that is 100% (99.9%) pure is distilled water, that is a fact.

Check out some of the tables on our sites 'Need 2 Know' topic on Distilled Water!
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Try both. Distill the RO water!
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Try both. Distill the RO water!
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LOL, that's the next thing I'll test! 
You should have seen some of the 'remains' after I distilled Evian and other brands... It was disgusting. 

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I want extra fluoride in my water. Just to spite the conspiracy nuts.
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I want extra fluoride in my water. Just to spite the conspiracy nuts.
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Then you should go and do that..
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Try both. Distill the RO water!
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LOL, that's the next thing I'll test! 
You should have seen some of the 'remains' after I distilled Evian and other brands... It was disgusting. 

poop
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People who drink Evian are very naive.

Try spelling Evian backwards.
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distilled takes all the nutrients out, doesn't it?
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Get your nutrients and minerals from food...I've been using distilled water for 20 years and raised three kids on it, the oldest is 19 and we are all in perfect health and have perfect teeth, zero fillings in our teeth...
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damn it, brief now im considering not ever drinking distilled again.
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Distillation is not effective on all contaminants. Many have a lower boiling point than water, and you are just distilling the poison along with your water. Think about corn liquor; the whole point is leaving all the water behind....
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Try both. Distill the RO water!
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LOL, that's the next thing I'll test! 
You should have seen some of the 'remains' after I distilled Evian and other brands... It was disgusting. 

poop
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People who drink Evian are very naive.

Try spelling Evian backwards.
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:) that is the very reason, why I distilled it! Just to see how "naive" some are being... ;) and guess what... The remains looked worse that the tap water, not to mention the smell!
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Distillation is not effective on all contaminants. Many have a lower boiling point than water, and you are just distilling the poison along with your water. Think about corn liquor; the whole point is leaving all the water behind....
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LOL, ok, now that is an interesting statment if I have ever heard one. What you are refering to, is not quite the same distillation process and doesn't quite capture the same thing.
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Only way to remove flouride is reverse osmosis.
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What about boiling water with a steam collector and a uv light?
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Or, how about distilling, then using a sand/gravel filter with uv light and a huge block of activated carbon?
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Reverse osmosis tastes 100x better to me.
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"osmosis is when a solvent of low concentrated solute solution moves through a membrane to get to the higher concentrated solution"
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"•Activated Alumina Defluoridation Filter
These filters are used in locales where fluorosis is prevalent. They are relatively expensive (lowest price I saw was $30/filter) and require frequent replacement, but do offer an option for home water filtration."
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source?

most, if not all, minerals are inorganic (anorganic). that does not mean they are synthetic.

it would surprise me, if the producers of bottled water actually did the effort to mineralize it even more. most mineral water is quite high in mineral content. only a few brands (available in europe) are actually low in mineral content and trace elements, and those brands are the most expensive (Mont Roucous, Volvic).
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And the minerals the bottling companies add are allways in-organic. You want the organic stuff. Distilled water filters your body from the in-organic stuff there's in it!
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source for this, i meant. i fucked up the quote...
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08/30/2012 06:06 AM
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My water treatment husband wants to know what sort of water you are treating tap? bore? What are you trying to remove from the water? Once he knows that he will give you his expert opinion. He needs more info before he can give you the right answer.
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Also, how much water do you want to treat? He will give you the best options.
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Good one on naivE bitches.
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Re: Water distiller vs reverse osmosis filter?
Actually you have probably gone - so hes says distiller is slow and uses a lot of energy. RO is fine but expensive you are better of just getting a single cartridge filter it will work just as well. This is if you are just wanting to treat your tap water (though if you live in Adelaide you may need the RO - he's treated water all over Australia and Adelaide water is shit).
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1kg bag of fluoride salt and a box of aspartame, treat that sheet as it was meant to be......

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