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Re: Distilled water: Could one drink non-distilled water in-between?
 
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Re: Distilled water: Could one drink non-distilled water in-between?


We have been drinking distilled water for about 30+ years. Used to use a polar distiller and still have it. But now we get it in 5 gallon jugs from the grocery store. More convenient, and actually tastes better is all. After a few years, the body clears itself of chlorine, and tap water begins to really smell and taste really bad. The body then craves really clean water and it becomes VERY delicious especially cold. We drink more water than before. Lots of usual stuff on distilled water, taste wise like coffee or frozen orange juice in a blender, for example !!!!
I've been even venomously attacked "you're going to go bald", "you need the fluoride" and others, but none of this stuff has ever been true in my experience. I've still got ALL my hair for example.

These days, distilled or "good" bottled water is all we drink, the rest doesn't smell or taste like anything you'd want to drink at all, not even in coffee or rice etc.
Doesn't matter who says what, you'd have to get used to distilled water before you could comment.
Showering in chlorine/fluoride water is another topic...
 

 
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