I drink Gerolsteiner, San Pellegrino, San Benedetto. Any of the waters that I can get that are naturally carbonated or Mountain Valley, which comes right out of the ground, which in glass.
What about Perrier?
Perrier's good, you notice it on their label, it says natural carbonation added. They went back to it.
Natural carbonation means that the carbon's coming out of the well, it's got a gas in the water and they fuse them in together.
That's natural carbonation.
They just say sparkling mineral water. Like Calistoga, Coca-Cola. Chemical fizz and chemical product.
A lot of the chemicals in Coca-Cola are made from petroleum.
What about water purifiers?
That takes out some substances. Holds it into that magnetic property, but then again. Let's say it binds with all the magnetic minerals. Fluoride bypasses it, aluminum bypasses it. They're not magnetic.
So, your waters even more toxic because you have no minerals to help bind with. So, treated water's not a good substance. I don't care if they say, "Oh, well. It just takes out some bad toxins out of the water." I'm still not going to drink it because they've reduced the toxins, but some of those toxins are even more radical and cause more damage. They will.