The first photo shows my water distiller. The second photo shows the impurities that the distiller separates 4 litres of water. Without the distiller, I'd be drinking that stuff.
Until recently I had been using a conventional water filter, like most people. At the time I thought I was doing the best that could possibly be done, to purify water. I also thought that bottled mineral water that we purchase from stores were the best options for drinking water. Turns out that I was mistaken. Massively mistaken brother.
Water filters still allow inorganic matter such as chlorine, flouride, and chemical treatments to pass through. Using a TDS meter on filtered water will likely result in a triple digit reading. Heck, even if a filter manages to get the TDS reading down to zero, it certainly isn't a water purification method that mother nature uses.
The closest that one can possibly get to 100% pure water, is distilled water. The distillation process is actually very similar to the hydrological cycle that we find in nature. Water gets turned into steam, and the steam then cooled and deposited into the collection jar. What you get in the collection jar pure water with zero TDS. What is left in the heating chamber is all of the inorganic matter and impurities that would otherwise end up in our system. Take a look at the second image, which resembles some form of mouldy cheese... I'd rather have that junk left outside instead of inside my body.
Distilled water is certainly a superior choice.
I got my #MakeWaterPure
distiller via the enigmatic @alkalinehuman1
(for anybody interested in purchasing one, the link is on his Instagram profile). It distills 4 litres of water in approximately 3 hours. I now drink 4 litres of pure water a day, thanks to this awesome piece of equipment. Special thanks to the main man, Tyson, who renewed my desire to make superior health choices. Thank you brother, I owe you one!
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