We are so fortunate to have abundance of pure water yet most of us don’t realize the importance of it. I’m talking about “pure” water, not tap water. I used to think filtered tap water was great but I wondered why I could never drink lots of it in a day, I felt bloated and couldn’t meet the minimal requirement my body needed. Crispin felt like no matter how much water he drank, he never felt hydrated, and often got headaches. Two years ago we started collecting spring water and that changed everything for us; it’s much easier to swallow, it feels light and almost “invisible” in the tummy. We feel so much more hydrated and energized, and the taste is fresh and pure. We now can’t go back to tap water because we can feel the difference right away, and that’s what makes us realize how important “living” water is for our health.
In his book “High Frequency Food“, Lee Bracker discusses how “the body behaves as an environment devastated by drought when infused with tap water” because tap water has been degraded by pipe lines, uncool temperatures, and chemicals like chlorine that compromise the structure of it. In a way, tap water is almost like processed foods. It is not completely bioavailable to the trillions of cells in your body, leaving your thirst un-quenched and your body needing more. Check out his book to learn more about the benefits of pure spring water versus tap water here.