Alkaline Water vs Spring Water (The Definitive Comparison)

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What makes alkaline water different from spring water?

In this story, we’ve looked at the qualities and properties of these water types, and discussed the differences between them.

What’s The Difference Between Alkaline Water and Spring Water?

Alkaline water, with a high pH, can come from any source, whereas spring water, exclusively from springs, isn't necessarily alkaline.

What is Alkaline Water?

Alkaline water is water with an alkaline pH (usually 8 or 9).

Pros And Cons Of Alkaline Water

Pros: - Better water taste - Improve hydration - Antioxidant properties - Possible alkaline-related health benefits

Cons: - Benefits backed by limited scientific evidence - Often more expensive due to increased pH - Varies in quality and doesn’t guarantee natural alkalinity

What is Spring Water? Spring water is a type of water that comes from a spring (i.e. the point at which groundwater emerges out of the earth).

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