Ian Goddard <igoddard at erols.mon> wrote:
> The text generally disagrees with the views expressed on the page
> Tim initially cited that cautioned against distilled water. It says
> distilled water can be balanced (or reionized) by simply adding a few
> grains of rice to a gallon which it says is better than spring water,
> the contents of which may be unknown. It also says, "distilled water
> cannot attract organically bound minerals from our bones or cells."
> It also doubts that inorganic minerals in nondistilled water can
> be used by the body and quotes Dr Paul Bragg: "You can no more
> digest inorganic minerals than you can dirt." Is that true?
Here's Doctor Weil's take on water distillation:
Is drinking distilled water dangerous? ...