"has many research note within its pages that are hard to dispute."
Sorry, but I didn't see that...
“This article was kindly written for this site by a world authority on water: Kelly Kurtz
Kelly Kurtz, is the president and owner of Sacred Water (bottled water). He is not an author and no info can be found on his credentials, he is a “self-proclaimed” world authority on water.
If you go to the link you will find very little info about the water, no info on pH value or nutrient value.
Also note that the author claims:
“ALL “healthy” rivers, streams, brooks and creeks have a pH range between 5.8 and 6.8”
That is absolutely WRONG (sadly, in this day and age, most waters are either acidic or alkaline, to the extreme, and this is directly related to pollution, so yes, these acidic pH values may be common of our waters today, but by no means healthy)! Rivers and streams are the bloodlines of the earth and can be likened to the blood that flows in OUR veins…a healthy range is between 7.35 and 7.45. However, some waters can be highly charged with minerals and reach very high alkalinity.
He states the normal pH ranges of the human body are:
“The body has numerous pH values that are not all alkaline or acidic. Healthy blood is between 7.1-7.3, healthy saliva should be 6.5, healthy urine 6.8.”
There are other problems with his theory too, but it is not worth my time to go into.
Hey, but if you like what he has to say by all means buy his overly priced water, which I imagine is acidic since that is what he claims to be good for drinking.