Reading one of the Tmag articles this week referring to diet, it mentioned the importance of water (duh) and the limited availability of healthy sources for water. It mentioned that the only good sources of water come from the distilled kind, or water purified from a reverse osmosis filter. I have read conflicting information regarding the supposed benefits of distilled water, and am much too poor to consider the expenses associated with an osmosis system. What does everyone else do to minimise the toxins contained in the toxic sludge that passes for a water supply these days? I personally use one of those Britta faucet attachments with the carbon filter, but am unsure whether I am getting sufficient value for my money considering the amount of water I drink per day.