I'm told that the ideal pH for water is 7.3, favoring alkalinity, and there's at least one machine out there that not only filters out the chemicals, but it keeps it at this ideal alkalinity and with all the bottles that he's tested, they don't meet his criteria for the ideal alkalinity.
So, the quick question is, is a good glass bottle of water preferable to any of the filtration machines out there?
Absolutely. What water do you know that animals drink that's alkaline? Animals drink out of ponds with heavy algae, all of it's acidic.
If you have an alkaline environment, you're not gonna have any living thing in it, not many living things in it.
So, the quick answer is the natural waters that we get, they're not supposed to have that high of pH?
Exactly. You have your vegetable juices, which carries other vitamin and enzymes with those alkalizing substances, so they don't do damage. Not supposed to be drinking very much water anyway.