I have long been an advocate of reverse osmosis filtration and distillation techniques in drinking water. I use a distiller, and the crap I find in my drinking water is absolutely horrid. In the spring, when the river is high, there is red algae that forms a gelatinous mush at the bottom of my distiller. In the fall, when the level is low, there is a brown powdery silt that coats the sides. During the winter, when the water is frozen, the water is actually surprisingly clean.
But that leads to the next question. Advocates of tap water say that there are benefits with treating drinking water with calcium and magnesium, but it is my belief that if the extremely low levels of Calcium and Magnesium in tap water make a difference in a person's diet, then there are other pretty strong problems that said person really needs to pay attention to.
Thanks for the link, Hauser.
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