After reading this article about if we even get our minerals from water, it ends with a feeling that drinking mineral water is actually unhealthy for you because it contains
inorganic minerals that the body cannot process and can be deposited for quite some time.
Keep in mind that water contains only inorganic minerals which can actually be detrimental to human health. Our bodies have a hard time processing inorganic minerals and what we cannot absorb may be stored in our tissues and organs and eventually become toxic to the body.
As a result, it claims that things like arthritis (from calcium) and cancer (from radioactive or 'opposite spinning' electrons) can happen.
Is there any evidence to show that inorganic materials in mineral water can be harmful to humans?