Low trace minerals
The characteristic of a low trace mineral water is that it has a level of mineralisation that is low yet not excessively poor; a balanced content of minerals that can intervene effectively in the event of muscle fatigue and contribute to integrating the daily requirement for important elements such as: magnesium, calcium, fluoride, potassium, bicarbonate and silica.
The low trace mineral content stimulates diuresis to purify the body by ridding it of nitrogen-containing waste.
A low trace mineral content is especially important for those who must not overload the hydraulic functions of the body, and so for those who are suffering from disorders of the cardiovascular system and kidney failure.
- Calcium: Formation of bones and teeth, blood coagulation, regulation of nerve transmission.
- Magnesium: Important for brain, nerve and muscle activity.
- Sodium: Important component of body fluids, regulation of nerve and muscle excitation.
- Chloride: Important component of body fluid, controls fluid-electrolyte balance.
- Potassium: Important component of cells, it regulates nerve excitation.
- Sulphates: Important for their sulphur content, an essential element for some vitamins and proteins
- Fluoride: Essential for dental health and the prevention of tooth decay.