Mineral waters, what mineral water to drink?

In previous occasions we have been able to know some highlights about how important it is for our health drinking water , as well as some of its properties and benefits .

And it is that the water contains components that, certainly, are vital for our organism, reason why it is extremely important that we always drink between 1 and 2 liters of water per day .


At present, in commercial supermarkets and hypermarkets there are many types of mineral water that, although all have a series of healthy and healthy compositions, some have one or the other element in greater or lesser proportion.

Where do you get the mineral water?

Mineral water is obtained mainly from natural springs themselves as well as from springs created by the human being himself.

It is characterized by its original purity, which in turn is both chemical and microbiological.

Precisely because of that natural underground origin the mineral water has trace elements, minerals and other outstanding components that have effects on our body.

What mineral water to choose? Know the varieties that we find in supermarkets

  • Weak mineralization waters
    They are those that, in a way, are advertised so much lately. They have magnesium amounts of less than 50 mg / l and amounts of calcium less than 150 mg / l.
    We must indicate that above these quantities the magnesium and calcium waters represent in themselves a greater overload for our kidneys.
    They are recommended for children's meals and for people who have kidney problems.
  • Strong mineralization waters
    Unlike weak mineralized waters, they are those with a dry residue higher than 1500 mg /.
  • Hypo-sodium diuretic waters
    They are waters that have a low sodium content (approximately less than 20 mg / l), and are ideal for people who have kidney diseases, hypertension , Heart problems , lithiasis or fluid retention .
  • Bicarbonated waters
    They have a bicarbonate contribution that exceeds 600 mg / l.
    In a certain sense they have an effect that stimulates digestion and neutralizes gastric secretion.
  • Sodic waters
    They are those waters that have a content of more than 200 mg / l of sodium, and are indicated for diets rich in sodium.
  • Sulphated waters
    They are those that have more than 200 mg / l of sulfates.

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