What is spring water?
A spring is a natural underground water source, usually fed by rainfall. The water coming from a spring is typically clear, soft and tastes fresh. A well can also be a spring but usually does not have the same quality of water as a spring because the water can be contaminated with bacteria and minerals that are introduced during the drilling process.
What is purified water?
Purified water is water that has been processed to remove all minerals, bacteria and viruses from the water. The process is called “deionization” and it removes the minerals and bacteria that can cause contamination in the drinking water supply.
If you are buying spring water, the water source should be certified as spring water by a state-approved laboratory such as NSF International. A label on the container of purified drinking water should show that it meets NSF International’s standards for potable (drinking) water.
Which one is healthier between spring water and purified water?
In a nutshell, both are healthy. Both are naturally-occurring, good-for-you substances. However, there is no difference between the two in terms of the health benefits that you get from them. In fact, many studies have shown that both spring water and purified water are safe to drink and have no adverse effects on human health.
How do you know which one is better for you? The answer is simple: Buy what’s cheapest for your budget and convenience, or simply go for the best option for your situation.
Which one is easier and cheaper to buy between these two?
Spring Water is much easier to buy because you can buy it from a wide range of sources such as restaurants, cafes and supermarkets. On the other hand, purified water can only be bought from a few vendors that specialize in selling it.
It depends on what you are looking for. If you are looking for convenience, then spring water is usually cheaper because it is sold at every corner in every town. On the other hand, purified water will cost more if you need to buy it from a vendor that specializes in selling it.
What’s the effect on long term conditions between drinking spring waters and purified Water?
Spring water has no effect on long term conditions such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, and stroke. On the other hand, drinking purified water will not have any effect on your long term conditions such as cancer, cardiovascular disease and stroke.
If you want to buy spring water for your kids to drink, then it’s a different story. Spring water has been found to be effective in fighting childhood illnesses such as diarrhea, constipation and ear infections. Purified water has no effect on these childhood diseases.
Why there’s a purified water when spring water’s already enough for us?
Spring water is good for us but it has a lot of impurities. Purified water removes the impurities but does not replace the good effects of spring water. Purified water will also be much more expensive than spring water.
If you want to buy purified water for your kids, then you should check the product label carefully and make sure it does not contain fluoride. If you want to drink spring water in large quantities, then this might be a good option for you.
However, drinking large amounts of spring water might cause problems such as kidney stones or electrolyte imbalance in your body because it contains calcium, magnesium and other minerals that are not essential for humans to have but are required by our body to function properly.
Why do some spring water bottles have distilled water in them?
Distilled water is one of the many forms of purified water. Distilled water is highly purified water that has been boiled for a long time until it turns into steam. This steam contains very few impurities and minerals but it does not contain the vitamins and nutrients found in spring water.
How much purer than spring water is distilled water? The answer depends on what you are looking for but most distillers claim that their products are up to 99% purer than spring water.
It will be more expensive than spring water because it contains fewer nutrients and minerals than spring water, but you should always check the label of the product to make sure it does not contain any mineral or mineral impurities such as fluoride or chlorine.