Every month I purchase 60 liters of bottled water at a cost of $120 (US$ 19). I drink about 10-12 glasses per day at a bodyweight of 205-209lbs. However, I am not eating enough protein per day (my goal is to consume 3,600 calories, 35% of which will come from protein, i.e. 315 grams of protein per day) because food is expensive where I live.
However, if I replace the bottled water with boiled tap water, the $120 I save will allow be to buy an additional thirty (30) tins of Brunswick Tina (NET WT. 170g), OR, 116 medium-sized eggs, OR, 20 large chicken breasts, OR, three (3) 800-g bags of skimmed instant powdered milk.
So I was thinking about replacing this bottled water with boiled tap water. But my question is, is this really safe? The label on the bottled water says the purification process includes "multimedia micron filtration, carbon filtration, softening, reverse osmosis and is ozonated".
Would love to hear your thoughts on this.