Sorry! I’ll provide the material. You get to do your own homework.
Nah, that's not the way it works. If you want to make claims about magic pixie dust water being healthier than tap water then it's up to you to back up your claims with evidence. The standards for such evidence include double-blind studies, peer review, clinical relevance, and statistical validity.
You do have some legitimate beefs with the allopathic medicine industry-- they certainly have biases toward repairing problems rather than preventing them. If that wasn't true, the industry would be attacking the American food system en masse.
Nonetheless, they are practicing evidence-based medicine and that's better than the vast majority of alternative medicine providers.
Our beef with you, kangenguy, isn't that you wanted to provide us with what you think is good information. We're all pretty much in favor of that, though we will be inclined to discuss and dissect it to see if it holds up to the light of day. The problem is that you tried to do it with a link to your affiliate marketing site. When you cross that line, you become a spammer. FatSecret has taken the initial spam message down, but the rest of the thread sticks around.
Personally, I'm happy to continue discussing the benefits of your magic pixie water, as I find the debate interesting for now. Plus, I also like providing good information to people, and one of the ways that I do that is to point a spotlight at what I perceive to be misinformation.