How Does The Reverse Osmosis Water Affect The Health Of The Body?
How does Reverse Osmosis water affect body health? What is the RO water view of IDI? Is it recommended or even dangerous?
Hello Kumce, thanks for asking.
Demineralized water through various methods, such as desalination, deionization, or using filtration membranes, aims to remove organic and heavy metal contaminants from the water. Organic contaminants can be in the form of bacteria, fungi, or parasites, which if present in water consumed by humans, might cause infection. Similarly, heavy metals which if consumed for a long time will have an impact on tissue damage, especially nerve tissue. The purpose of RO water is actually good, which is to improve water hygiene. But unfortunately there is a lack of RO water.
When water undergoes a filtering process, not only bad material is filtered out, but important material that must be present in drinking water will also be filtered. Some of these important materials such as sodium ions, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and several other trace elements that are important for the process of cell metabolism. The body that lacks the intake of minerals and ions will gradually experience dysfunction. Examples of these functional disorders include damage to the intestinal cell wall so that it is unable to absorb nutrients optimally, enzymatic function disorders of the cell, disruption of the body's mucosa. RO water consumption is okay as long as it is interspersed with mineral water, or make sure you eat a variety of healthy and varied foods, so that the deficiency of ions and minerals can be fulfilled.
Thus our brief review, hopefully useful. Regards.