Jafa wrote:Thanks Laurie, I drink ‘Water in a box’ which has 93.4 mg of silica per litre. Ten litres for $10. This is in New Zealand. Is this one okay?
That water didn't make the list I posted but yes it meets the criteria for the OSA level (149) required to eliminate aluminum.
Here is information on reading the label of bottled water for the (OSA) orthosilicic acid levels. There are 3 units of measure used to report orthosilicic acid levels, 1. to convert silicon (Si) to OSA - multiply by 3.4
2. to convert silica SiO2 to OSA multiply by 1.6
3. orthosilicic acid or silicic acid Si(OH)4 doesn’t need to be converted.
The units can be ppm or milligrams per litre, these are equivalent units of measure.
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