Trapper, I have read before in VWT forum: "The minerals that are leached(removed) by distilled water are the inorganic minerals that the body cannot use. The effect, therefore, is healthful.
Distilled water will NOT leach (organic) minerals that have become part of the structure of the body cell system. Once a mineral has become part of the cell structure, it cannot be leached."
I get that. Still, distilled water is acidic, and the body keeps a slightly alkaline PH at all times. I have read that it stores acids away in body fat tissue if it cannot release them sufficiently. Mostly from a acid producing diet, yet how come distilled water does not add to that?
Also, how does the body neutralize too much acid if it is not from leaching calcium from bone?
I can't seem to find an answer, been searching online all over.