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1. RO purifier is preferred if there are heavy metals and fluoride

The salts we get from water is miniscule compared to that we get from food.

Assuming we consume 6 litres of water per day, so @ 1000 ppm TDS we consume very little of the " 6 grams" of salts through water.

There are lot of mineral water brands world wide which operate at 500 ppm TDS (eg: Avian). Even high TDS waters taste good if the salts are in certain proportion. 

An individual's reception for taste of water depends on his body's deficiency for certain salts and that is why some people feel good with high Magnesium and some like high potasium etc.

The RO purifier is  preferred if there are any heavy metals, Fluoride etc. in water.

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