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Very important for cell energy production, and it aids bone
growth. It protects against heart attacks, heart rhythm disturbances, asthma
and kidney stones, as well as easing PMS. It is also beneficial for high
Lack of magnesium may lead to nausea, muscle weakness and cramp,
irritability and heartbeat irregularities. It is unlikely that daily needs
would be met simply by drinking mineral water - most brands contain too
Daily requirement: 300-400mg.
Range: The waters tested varied between 1.3 mg/litre and 85mg/litre,
although most contained less than 10mg/litre.
Best: Badoit 85 mg/litre; Aqua Della Madonna 57mg/litre.
Three litres of Badoit would satisfy your daily requirement.
Worst: Spa 1.3 to 1.5mg/ litre; Ashridge National Trust (75p per 1.5 litres)
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originally posted by: theMediator
I used to have palpitation and other heart problems and since I'v been taking magnesium and potassium supplement, I've been doing fine.
originally posted by: cass1dy09
Dasani is the worst, then Aquafina. Stick to Nestle Pure Life is you're going to drink bottled water. (Just look at the ingredients of each of them..)
originally posted by: Neopan100
we only buy distilled water and have so for long time..is that bad? We all take a daily vitamin though and eat fairly healthy foods--
originally posted by: ignorant_ape
a reply to: Chrisfishenstein
what utter twaddle - please cite the " chemicals " that raise the freezing point of water
the basic physics is that pure water will freeze at zero celcius - any contaminants or dissolved salts lower the freezing point
originally posted by: LittleByLittle
I suppose tho on where they lack on the magnesium scale they would make up on the floride scale
Now that is just perfect. The water not containing magnesium that the body really need that keeping bones strong while adding something that is proven in higher doses cause Skeletal fluorosis (causes pain and damage to bones and joints).
Makes me think of Fibromyalgia. Maybe magnesium shortage is part of the reason Fibromyalgia occur.
Who Gets Fibromyalgia? Scientists estimate that fibromyalgia affects 5 million Americans age 18 or older.1 For unknown reasons, between 80 and 90 percent of those diagnosed with fibromyalgia are women; however, men and children also can be affected. Most people are diagnosed during middle age, although the symptoms often become present earlier in life.