PHD recommends drinking mineral water to get nutrients missing in modern water supplies. I was wondering if we want Paleo water then wouldn't glacial water be good to drink? It's been frozen since those times so it should be the very same water. Does anyone know of a good source for it though? I can't seem to find any. The best that I could come up with is Deep Sea water, though it's not taken directly from the glacier but rather currents in the ocean that are supposed to be composed of it. I'm concerned that by the time it's reached Hawaii there may be contamination with sea water and all the pollution found in it, if not for just a different composition than the source.
asked bybalor123 (3747)
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on February 05, 2012
at 04:27 PM
Most glacial ice is less than 100 years old. You'd have to drill quite deeply in to the Antarctic or Greenland Ice Caps to get ice of Paleolithic age. Remember - glaciers flow.
How Paleo is too Paleo? Can't people just be happy eating healthy using ancestral diets as a template? Hi - it's 2012.....