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What Would Peat Think Of This Water?

Discussion in 'Water' started by javin, Apr 17, 2016.

  1. javin

    javin Member

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    I picked up this sparkling mineral water today with "high mineral content". My initial reaction thought thought it looked beneficial.

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    What do ya'll think? Is it beneficial?
     
  2. Blossom

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    Is it gerlosteiner? I drink that occasionally. I think Danny Roddy has mentioned it before.
     
  3. Lilac

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    I drink that regularly. I have always liked the taste of mineral water, even decades before I heard of Ray Peat. No fluoride, no plastic bottle. It has everything I want. Only the cost keeps me from drinking more of it. I get it at Trader Joe's for $1.49.
     
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    javin

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    Yep, you guessed it. It's good stuff! I think I'm going to always keep a bottle handy in the fridge.

    I got it for the same price at Whole Foods. Not too bad for a pint of fancy water.
     
  5. Blossom

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    It is delicious!
     
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    FIUGI water from Florence Italy could be purchased for $1/qt-?in the discount store BIG LOTS,and use to work for my Italian Grand mom to relieve some of her excess water. IT definitely tasted better than baking soda and water.
     
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    I live in italy and here i could get natural sparkling water with similar mineral contents (400mg Ca 1200mg Bicarbonate)for less money(0,58$/l) it is fine to drink and i think is beneficial
     
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