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Why is Reverse Osmosis dead?

RO dead? It’s true. Reverse osmosis treated water is effectively dead. Why, because the process, though making water pure in terms of bad bacteria, strips it of all natural nutrients.

waterfall Why is Reverse Osmosis dead?Clean water is paramount to good health and our lives depend on it! It is the vehicle for natural alkaline minerals that our biological terrain requires for better health. When we ‘feed’ our human machine, we can live a longer and more pain-free life. Bear this in mind, the earth’s surface is 71% water; the adult human body is 70% water. We are grounded in water and the body’s need for water is second only to air. We cannot live without it.

In the United States, our government is responsible for giving us what is known as “potable” water—water that is safe for human consumption. In the quest for purity and in order to guarantee a safe water supply, most municipalities clean their water using a chlorination process. Chlorine is the most common additive for killing potentially dangerous or life-threatening pathogens. To not clean it is to put our health at far more risk than small amounts of chlorine in the water supply. Unless, of course, you live by a fresh water stream originating high up in the mountains where original mineral content and purity truly exists.

But we’re talking about the reverse osmosis purification process. Most frequently used for both in-home systems and bottled water, water from a raw source is put through this process to clean and purify it. By putting water under pressure through a membrane, all the minerals get pressed out because to get the bad that are miniscule small, the good which are bigger have to go too as the water goes through a mesh with very small holes. Consequently, the good nutrients are forced out with the bad before bottling. End result, the water is clean and pure but its not nutritional.

To natural health practitioners it is considered ‘dead water.’ And as alkaline minerals are drawn down, the body suffers. Think osteoporosis. The bones require calcium, an alkaline mineral obtained most often from the water we drink. If there is not enough calcium entering the body, the teeth, for example, will draw minerals from your bones. This leaves them susceptible to diseases like osteoporosis because of their weakened state.

This makes a strong case for electronically structured alkaline water delivered by way of a machine attached to your kitchen faucet. It is the most promising concept in drinking water today. Delivering alkaline drinking water while at the same time allowing for a significant oxidation reduction potential [ORP] means that the water molecule is reconfigured into a simpler form called a micro-cluster. These small micro-clusters make your drinking water far more absorbable in the body than reverse osmosis can possibly achieve and when improved absorbability happens, improved hydration so critical to life itself occurs at a superior level.

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LouAnn Savage is publisher and editor of The Weekly Healthline, an online health and lifestyle publication. Subscribe free at: Follow her on twitter @louannsavage and join her at She is an Asea distributor.

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