bwnbwn - 3:40 am on Nov 21, 2011 (gmt 0)
I know this is about water but here is a good comparision.
Millions of people suffer from heartburn worst acid reflux. Pepto-Bismol everybody has heard of it I know. The commercial shows the crap coating the stomach. Well that is kinda what the stuff does and doesn't treat the problem. A much better product that really treats the problem at 1/10 the cost Alo Vera juice. This will actually treat the issue and in most cases reduce acid reflux and inflamed ulcers.
Had a guy in the office he ate or drank a botttle of Pepto-Bismol a day. About a year ago I got him to start using Alo Vera juice. He hasn't bought a bottle since and has as he told me been 1000% better.
Had another office worker same problem he started drinking it about 3 months ago and is doing much better. BTW I don't sell it I tell them what brand to buy.
I agree with restricting claims that could be true but can actually cause more harm than good with a person that really doesn't have a clue.
We all know water hydrates well du but some people will actually think drinking a bottle of water and man I am hydrated now. Far from the truth so yes If they put on the bottle say drinking 5-10 of these a day overpriced bottled tap water will hydrate you then yes I wouldn't see anything wrong with adding that to the bottle.
BTW testing has determined most bottle water has been found to be more polluted than tap water.