Generally, distilled water is not dangerous. Distilled water is water that's been purified through boiling. Any impurities in the water, whether they boil off at a lower temperature or stay behind after the water evapora... More »

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The potential health benefits that can be realized by drinking distilled water include increased energy, improved skin appearance, relief from headaches, according to Drinking-Water-for-Health.com. All of these benefits ... More »

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High quality distilled water is not a mixture because the distillation process involves the removal of impurities from water via evaporation; however, distilled water from toxic sources, or that has been made with dirty ... More »

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Drinking enough water, eating citrus fruits and watching fat intake are all good diet practices when dealing with kidney stones, according to MedlinePlus. There are different types of kidney stones, and all of them have ... More »

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When patients are instructed to fast for medical screenings, such as a cholesterol test, they are allowed to drink water. Other beverages, even those made by adding substances to water, such as coffee and tea, must be av... More »

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The six classes of nutrients that the human body needs are proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and water. The body needs these nutrients to grow, maintain health, repair itself and function properly. More »

Salt increases blood pressure in some people, because its component sodium causes the body to retain excess water to eliminate the salt, explains Cleveland Clinic. The extra water adds stress on the heart and arteries, l... More »

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