Water to Drink
December 17, 2011 5:22pm CST
There are no a lot of bottled drinking water promoting its water quality. Does the drinking water people sell is safe for us to drink? Many families have their own water from their wells or from the water companies. To make it safe to drink, the water is boiled in order that the germs in the water is killed. Let's say that our water is now germ-free because we have boiled it. Is it safe to drink? I hope the water discussion here will draw a lot of attentions myLot readers.
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18 Dec 11
Yes, it is I agree with you on that point but the deadly cell of the germ killed? It is still in the water you drink, and in the long run it will accumulate in the artery. What do you think? Water also contains minerals that our body doesn't need. Some people suggest having the water distilled to get rid of the unwanted minerals.
18 Dec 11
I don't know what the quality of the water sold in bottles is. Mostly it's not that great at all even not the so called mineral water. I also don't know what the quality of the water from the wells is. In Hungary I drink water from my own well too. But I did remove all the garbish atc that the former owners put in the ground. What they can't burn they hid or just throw aside. In the Netherlands we have water from the taps and they say it's even better quality as the so called mineral water we can buy. So that is just a waste of money and all between our ears (the idea it's more healthy).