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Old 06-03-2018, 09:05 AM #31
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The water goes where? Into your stomach. From there, the pH is changed significantly. Hence the small variation of pH of the water before you drink it is meaningless.
Does water trigger the secretion of stomach acid? I thought only food did that?
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Old 06-03-2018, 09:18 AM #32
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The water goes where? Into your stomach. From there, the pH is changed significantly. Hence the small variation of pH of the water before you drink it is meaningless.
You know what. You right brotha. This **** is just another fitness fad. I wouldn't drink it myself anyway. Stay all natural.
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Old 06-03-2018, 11:52 PM #33
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You know what. You right brotha. This **** is just another fitness fad. I wouldn't drink it myself anyway. Stay all natural.
To be honest, I never had an issue with drinking tap water - but most people wont drink it.
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Old 06-04-2018, 06:54 PM #34
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To be honest, I never had an issue with drinking tap water - but most people wont drink it.
I fill a gallon jug with tap water and put it in the frig for a half hour. Tastes better than bottled water imo
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I fill a gallon jug with tap water and put it in the frig for a half hour. Tastes better than bottled water imo
Ive seen reports where it was claimed to be safer, because the water is always moving so bacteria cant build up
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Old 06-06-2018, 07:10 AM #36
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Ive seen reports where it was claimed to be safer, because the water is always moving so bacteria cant build up
Apparently Fiji water brand contained arsenic levels that were like 6 or 10 times that of Cleveland, Ohio water. Cleveland is notorious for ****ty water...

I'm sure other bottled water brands are just as bad.
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Apparently Fiji water brand contained arsenic levels that were like 6 or 10 times that of Cleveland, Ohio water. Cleveland is notorious for ****ty water...

I'm sure other bottled water brands are just as bad.
Evian is the truth. **** all other bottled water.

The bottom line for me is that the placebo effect is scientifically proven to be effective up to 30%. Whether the Evian water is truly increasing my levels of hydration and endurance or not, if I think it is then it has the potential to be effective.

Acidic water is not a good source of healthy minerals and apparently minerals are 30% easier to absorb in water. I know Evian has magnesium, calcium, potassium, silica, and others in it.

I also think its better for your teeth.

I guess acidic water can also leach bad metals from pipes, which is one of the reasons I don't drink tap water. My area has bad tap water anyway, so I try to avoid it.
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