Pure water from the tap is generally much healthier than pure water that comes from the ocean.
But some people find that the tap water is a little sweeter than the ocean water they consume.
They say the taste is better, though there’s no scientific evidence that says that.
They also say that the water has a slightly lower pH, which may also have something to do with its lower mineral content.
The Canadian Beverage Association says that it’s not the pH that matters, but the mineral content of the water.
Some people, though, say the quality of the tap or water should be what’s in the bottle.
“If you have an extra teaspoon of calcium in your water, it’s going to be better,” said Jean-Philippe Rouault, a nutritionist at the University of Toronto.
But Rouault says it’s best to test your water before using it to determine whether it’s suitable for you.
Rouault recommends using filtered water to get a taste of the mineral contents.
He says that the taste of tap water will be less appealing to some people, but he also says that for those who don’t like the taste, they can drink filtered water.
“The taste of water is so complex, and it’s like it’s a chemical,” he said.
“We’re all different, and we’re all making our own judgments.”
Some people use the tap to drink mineral water, but Rouault warns that the quality is usually better than the water coming out of the taps.
He also says it takes longer for the water to taste fresh, and he recommends that you wait at least a week before drinking mineral water.
It’s also not recommended to drink distilled water, which is what many people do.
The only bottled water that you should use in a healthy way is tap water, Rouault said.
Rouaults advice: If you have a water source that’s not tap, like a tap from a faucet or a shower, use filtered water or a purified water.
If you do have a tap source, use distilled water.