Is it true that a purified water doesn't have a mineral at all?

@lorna29 (102)
South Korea
February 25, 2008 8:26pm CST
I have seen on tv, a mother is using a water purifier for her baby to make a milk, and months later the baby started to have diarrhea, when the mom brought the baby to the doctor and was mentioned that she is using a purified water to feed the baby the doctor said that it's not safe to use a purified water, aside from the fact that it doesn't have a mineral left at all! Is that true?
1 response
@anaknitatay (1335)
• Philippines
26 Feb 08
water purifiers are installed with filters on them, and they are just that: filters sometimes they leave out the good as well as the bad. some countries for example incorporate flouride into our drinking water to make our teeth stronger so ordinary tap has potential benefits as well as potential dangers. If you are going to use these types of water I yhink you are better off using bottled water and make sure its mineralized not just sanitized.
@lorna29 (102)
• South Korea
26 Feb 08
thank you, actually i guess the same thing was happened to my baby, he had diarrhea for 1 week and i stop usign the water purifier and bought a bottled water, but for the adults i just use the purifier.