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By · Monday, April 27th, 2009

Filter Reverse
Does reverse osmosis filtering to remove all sodium from softened water?

I read that the possible cause of so high blood pressure was possibly due to drinking softened water that has a high concentration of sodium. I have a reverse osmosis filter for drinking water and our kitchen and wondered if anyone knew for sure if the sodium is removed.

Reverse osmosis removes almost everything from the water (the rate is 99.9995%). All that remains in water are extremely small amounts of dissolved gases and, in extreme cases, traces of minerals, who managed to pass through the membrane, because of that damage. Thus, all the soda water is removed, but only if you have the proper system of reverse osmosis (ie not microfiltration or nanofiltration, that are sold as reverse osmosis systems, which are not) and if you change the filters regularly.

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