Pure Water Selection
I have a question about a water selection that more closely matches what I drink, every day. Typically, because of the heat, and the fact that I move/exercise enough to burn about 3000+ calories on a slow day, I drink a gallon+ of water. The water I drink is R.O. water run through a very efficient R.O. filter which reduces the mineral content in the water to, basically nothing.
All of the current water selections significantly skew mineral content. Tap Water, for instance skews Calcium (11%), Copper (42%), Magnesium (9%), Sodium (10%) and Zinc (3%). Spring Water has the least impact with Calcium (3%), Magnesium (9%) and Sodium (2%). Filtered Water has a significant skew with Calcium (3%), Magnesium (43%), Sodium (2%) and Selenium (32%).
Can we modify one of the water selections, in the database, to cover pure, filtered, R.O. Water with no mineral content so that I get a better view of my actual, versus skewed, mineral intake on a daily basis? Constantly having to adjust for inaccurate water numbers is a real pain.