Distilled Water and Intermittent Fasting – Not an Ideal Combination

Distilled Water and Intermittent Fasting – Not an Ideal Combination

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hey guys today we’re gonna talk about distilled water and in a minute fasting so what is distilled water basically boiling the water concentrating the vapor and you’re getting rid of the impurities and minerals okay and this purifies the water okay there’s other types of purified water deionized water which is a chemical process and you’re placing these minerals in the water with hydrogen and hydroxide and there’s also another type of purified water called reversed osmosis which involves a membrane which allows certain particles to go through and pressure this eliminates virtually all the minerals as well and people are using purified water and distilled water in certain detoxification programs and some people have this idea that it’s a healthier long-term but here’s the big problem when you consume distilled water it will deplete your minerals and your electrolytes okay which are basically the same thing so I’m talking about calcium magnesium potassium sodium chlorides so the more you drink of this water the more it pulls out the minerals especially if you’re doing it long-term short-term I think it’s going to be fine especially if you’re consuming electrolytes you know your foods but when you start doing an immanent fasting program okay and you’re doing maybe some periodic prolonged fasting with that and you’re using reverse osmosis water or distilled water you’re gonna deplete your mineral reserves in this constituent for all sorts of problems specifically heart problems because you need these electrolytes for the heart to work correctly and so many people when they start a fasting program are going into it with existing mineral deficiencies so we don’t want to add anything else that’s going to deplete them and this is why I always recommend when you’re doing fasting to take electrolytes in your water when you drink the water so the best water to consume when you’re doing fasting especially is to do spring water well water hard water which is full of minerals calcium and magnesium growing up in Wisconsin we had some incredible well water we didn’t have to filter it at all we just drank it right from the tap it’s loaded with calcium the type of calcium that goes in like a rocket ship because it’s calcium bicarbonate now when you heat water for example when you’re making tea you notice those little white crystals on the bottom that is calcium carbonate okay so heat turns to bicarbonate into carbonate which is really hard to absorb like in a lot of supplements like one-a-days and things like that they use calcium carbonate which is like you’re consuming rocks but calcium bicarbonate in hard water or spring water is the best type of calcium and as a side note a lot of people use soft water compare the hard water what does that basically replace these minerals like calcium and magnesium with sodium and bicarbonate it’s they like it because it it doesn’t leave that soap scum and that white white film around your clothing when you wash your clothes like hard water does but the problem is you want to drink water with these minerals because the minerals actually help you they give you the electrolytes that you need so the moral of story is that if you’re doing fasting okay do not do stew stilled water and if you want to do distilled water only do it short term do not do a long term unless you’re taking electrolytes all right guys thanks for watching so if you’re enjoying this content go ahead and share it with someone that could really benefit from it

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about distilled water and intermittent fasting. Distilled water is where they boiled the water and getting rid of the impurities and minerals which purifies the water.
Other Types of Purified Water:
• Deionized
• Reversed Osmosis
When you consume distilled water, it will deplete your minerals and electrolytes (calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium chlorides) – especially if done long term. When you start doing an intermittent fasting program and you are doing maybe some periodic prolonged fasting with that and you are using reverse osmosis water or distilled water, you are going to deplete your mineral reserves and this can set you up for all sorts of problems specifically heart problems.
The best water to consume when you are doing intermittent fasting is spring water, well water or hard water. It is not recommended to use distilled water when you are fasting.
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Dr. Berg, 53 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.
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