The short answer, no. The human body does need minerals, but gaining those minerals through the consumption of drinking water is not feasible. The amount of gallons that would be required to drink per day to gain any sort of benefit from the minerals in drinking water is too high. Most minerals gained for the human body is through the consumption of food. Even non-treated, high-mineral-content water could not be a significant source of minerals. A glass of milk (8,000 mg/L of dissolved minerals), for instance, contains the mineral equivalent to multiple gallons of WELL water.