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Andrew Norton Weber returns to the Santos Bonacci Show for a follow up interview on Distilled Water Therapy.
Personally, I started drinking distilled water on February 7, 2012 and have noticed a considerable change in the color of my hair. Before, it was mostly gray and now, my hair is returning to its original color.
I try to drink a gallon a day, but it's usually a little less than that because I also drink homemade smoothies made from organic fruits.
Here is the before and after photos:
In a private message on Facebook, I asked Andrew the following question:
I have acid reflux and realize it's a sign to increase my alkaline intake. Is it alright to add Stevia to my water to help balance my pH levels?
He hasn't responded yet to my question yet, but when he does, I'll create a new article on in5d. Stevia is an organic substance that is high in alkaline, so it would make sense to add this to my water.