Know the Source: Read the Label

If the water isn’t labeled ‘spring’ or ‘mineral’, it means that it’s tap water with additional purification and a synthesized mineral package has probably been added.

Water labeled ‘natural spring’ or ‘mineral’ has received an official designation. This certification is only awarded once the water has passed strict tests to prove that it’s naturally free of toxic elements and that it meets the requirements of the spring or mineral designation.

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