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06-19-2011, 06:30 PM
Does anybody know what kind of water filters we should by to have alkiline water. Not interested in the Kagel too much not interested in MLM or whatever. The life Ionizer has several options but not sure which to even by. I know I want the chlorine and flouride removed.
One is a filter one says reverse osmosis. Help.:confused BTW they are on sale now
Thanks so much.
06-19-2011, 08:42 PM
I'm not familiar with adding alkaline to water. I thought ph could be balanced through food intake? Reverse osmosis and distillation are the best ways to remove fluoride and chlorine. Even better would be an atmospheric water generator but they're very pricey. I don't drink tap water myself, I use a local spring. Although I'm in the market for a water distiller because there's no need for minerals in water and I'm also not sure about the springs quality. What's the website you are looking at?
R/o and distillation are the only reliable ways o far to get the halides out, fluoride and chlorine. Esp fluoride is hard. There are some with activated alumina filters (Crystal Quest) that claim to remove fluoride but I'd be concerned about aluminum. You'd have to combine this one with another one that removes heavy metals after the fluoride. Gabriel Cousens went from recommending multi-step filters to using R/O or distilled and adding the minerals back in.
06-19-2011, 09:38 PM
It is called Life Ionizers but there are so many choices. Ionizers which are very pricey. Reverse osmosis and there is also a five stage filter. There prices are very good now but I want to make sure I buy the right one. I am tired of lugging water bottles.
Thanks for your information.
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