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Kroger purified bottled water goes downhill bigtime

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54 minutes ago, rpsinc said:

I read somewhere that refilling plastic water or other drink bottles is not a good idea.  Apparently there is a connection with the chemicals in the plastic leaching into the refilled water and affecting our chemical balance.  It mentioned that it was esp. negative to mens testostorone levels.  Like we need another shot to that, 

Sounds like hype to keep people from reusing the bottles. 

I have seen cautions about the bacteria build up from not thoroughly cleaning the bottle between uses.  Of course the "bad" bacteria is my bacteria, not from some outside contaminant.

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2 hours ago, rpsinc said:

I read somewhere that refilling plastic water or other drink bottles is not a good idea.  Apparently there is a connection with the chemicals in the plastic leaching into the refilled water and affecting our chemical balance.  It mentioned that it was esp. negative to mens testostorone levels.  Like we need another shot to that,

I would think the original water in the bottle had plenty of time to leach out any plastic bottle chemicals. Common sense would question this claim.

Greg

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