Why Reverse Osmosis Remineralization Can be Good
The small pore size means almost everything is removed from the water including the minerals such as calcium and magnesium. Some people feel that their water needs a certain level of minerals in it to be healthy. Calcium is essential for healthy teeth and bones, muscle contraction, and the nervous system. Magnesium also helps maintain healthy bones and controls biochemical reactions while sodium and potassium are needed for muscle and nerve functions. We, therefore, have to maintain the correct levels of these minerals so that the growth and repair of body cells are maintained, and the heart is supported.
The vast majority of those minerals are located in what we eat. The best way to maintain a healthy mineral content in your body is to eat a well-balanced diet with fruits, vegetables, and meats of your choice. While a small amount of the minerals dissolved in water can be absorbed by our bodies the vast majority of them get flushed down the drain. The minerals in the food we eat have been chelated and are much more easily absorbed by our bodies. Adding a proper multivitamin with minerals is also a good way to supplement a healthy diet.
How to Remineralize Reverse Osmosis Water
What are the Benefits of Remineralizing Reverse Osmosis Water?
- Improve the flavor of reverse osmosis water, which is often criticized as being bland or flat, even unpleasant
- A better flavor will encourage you to drink more, increasing your water intake and ensuring you’re properly hydrated
- Water containing electrolytes quenches thirst better than pure water
- Proper hydration improves overall health and enhances the function of the brain, nervous system, bones, and teeth plus other benefits.