Alkaline water has been filtered in order to increase its pH. If the pH of water exceeds 8.0, then it is generally considered alkaline. Alkaline is on the total another side of the spectrum compared to acidic water. Alkaline water, therefore, adds minerals rather than stripping the water of its natural minerals. The distillation process usually removes these natural minerals.
Purified water, on the other hand, is water that has been filtered to remove impurities like chemicals and contaminants. However, this process usually strips the water of its natural minerals. Purified water has no one pH, but it is likely either 7 — neutral on the pH scale — or under, meaning that it tends to lean acidic.
While neither is necessarily better than the other, it just becomes about preference when choosing your water.
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