Is Reverse Osmosis Water = Dead Water?

I’ve heard that RO water is called “Dead Water” without mineral, is it correct?
The purest water is water free from all minerals, chemicals and heavy metals. Many
of those who oppose the use of RO water claim it is ‘dead’ water, and that the life
element in RO water has been removed by the RO process.

To disprove this argument we should point out that the minerals in ordinary water, as it is found in wells, in springs,
and coming from the city faucets, is also inorganic. Should these minerals be organic
or inorganic? Many feel that our drinking water is a good source of minerals needed by
the human body.

• Minerals found in drinking water are known as “inorganic.”
• Minerals found in our food supply are known as “organic.”

Our body chemistry is composed of 19 organic minerals, which comes from living or has
lived. When we eat an apple or any other fruit or vegetable, that substance is living. It
has a certain length of life after it has been picked from the vine or tree. The same goes
for animal foods, fi sh, milk, cheese and eggs.

Dr. Henry A. Schroeder, eminent scientist and world authority on minerals, says: “The
minerals which the human body needs that are in the water are insignifi cant compared
to those found in food.”

The American Medical Journal states, “The body’s need for minerals is largely met
through foods, NOT DRINKING WATER.”

Fact: The organic minerals in tap water represent only 1% of the total mineral content
of the water.

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