The filter I use for my water is the Seychelles. I sent water to a lab to be tested, too and was satisfied.
It is a counter top. After I pour the tap water in and it finishes, I then pour into another filter pitcher that has a Brita filter.
The Seychelles Filter pitcher takes care of some pretty nasty toxins. The Brita is just a final measure to help with taste.
I do not have healthy mineral content of these tests, tho. I just wanted my family to be able to drink water that is free of CHLORINE, FLUORIDE, LEAD, MERCURY and all those.
It's the only water I use to boil things in, cook with, or drink.
The one thing I recall from reading is that one with transplants do not want to begin using supplements that boost immunity. I would definitely be asking my doctor about anything/everything I need to take. Or that you would like to change about your diet. Would the stopping of all CORN and SUGAR be helpful? All processed?
Would your doc be willing to measure iodine? D3? Etc? To see where you may be deficient and what GOOD FOODS you could eat to help replace?
Be sure to wash all fresh veggies, tho.
The prepared organic soups I purchase to save time are in boxes
. NO CANS *bpa. Organic. Any tomato base products are in glass jars, too or I make my own.
Sunshine. 20 minutes on exposed skin -- I would pay for some, now.
NO apple cider or RAW dairy. (I'm sure you know that, tho) Drink Organic Almond? Rice milk? Possible choices.
I would discuss with my doctor the total avoidance of gluten *barley, wheat, rye and possibly replace with guinoa, amaranth, and millet, instead. Personally, I have removed ALL CORN products whether they be organic or not, ALL WHITE rice and ALL WHEAT be it whole or otherwise. There are so many healthier choices. Takes some looking.
With any change - ask your dietician. And doctor before proceeding.
Good luck and good health to you.