Importance of Minerals in water

We need specific Minerals and trace elements. Our bodies do not produce these automatically.

Reverse osmosis and other filtration and purification methods not only removes pollutants but minerals as well, so one must add selected trace minerals and nutrients back into the water after purification.

The functions of minerals are highly interrelated to each other and to vitamins, hormones and enzymes. As a rough guideline, good drinking water should contain traces of calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, bicarbonate, sulphate, nitrate, iron, and as many trace elements as possible.

Our bodies rely on ionic minerals and trace elements to conduct and generate billions of tiny electrical impulses.

Without it, water cannot do the functions of water in the human body correctly and place a lot of stress on the immune system resulting in disastrous health.

Drinking demineralised water flushes minerals out of your blood, bones, and organs; compromising your immune system and long-term health.

Blood Test # 1 - Drinking normal purified water

When drinking demineralised water that does not contain any electrolytes, red blood cells are unhealthy. The cells stack upon one another, their surface area greatly reduced, decreasing the oxygen that may be utilized.

Blood Test # 2 - Drinking AGUA é VIDA

AGUA é VIDA mineral concentrate that contains all essential minerals, trace elements and electrolytes immediately improves the Zeta potential of blood cells. They are now spaced far apart maximizing the surface area and oxygen delivery to the body. Red blood cells are normal and healthy. Cells do not “stick” together. Oxygen usage increase and any danger of arteries “clogging” is reversed.