Does Tap Water Contain Mineral Electrolytes? - Mayu Water Answers

Does Tap Water Contain Mineral Electrolytes?

Are there mineral electrolytes in tap water? How does purification affect them? How do you replenish electrolytes for peak hydration? We answer your questions.

Kelli Harris - Writer for Mayu Water
By Kelli Harris
Davor Štefanović - Editor for Mayu Water
Reviewed by Davor Štefanović

Published March 16, 2023.

Keeping hydrated on a daily basis is vital to maintaining good health. Mineral electrolytes, such as calcium, sodium, potassium, and magnesium, help balance the amount of water in your body. They also regulate your body's pH level and facilitate nutrient absorption into your cells. So, you'll be pleased to learn that tap water contains these essential mineral electrolytes.

Do Water Filters Remove Electrolytes?

Now that we've established electrolytes in tap water, you might ask, "Does boiling water remove electrolytes?" Water purification processes like water filters are known to remove some essential minerals from the water. These processes, while excellent at eliminating contaminants like viruses, bacteria, and pollutants, also empty essential mineral electrolytes from your H2O. Boiling water for 10 minutes can cause these minerals to evaporate, leaving you with water that's pure but not as healthy.

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