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The health benefits of mineral water go far beyond increasing your daily vitamin and mineral intake. Drinking mineral water on a regular basis can help to improve your bone health and your cardiovascular health as well.

Improved Bone Health

Post-menopausal women are often encouraged to drink mineral water on a regular basis because the calcium it contains may help to stave off the bone density loss that commonly affects women over a certain age. The calcium found in mineral water is not just valuable for post-menopausal women – it can benefit people of both sexes and all ages. Not only can the calcium found in mineral water help to prevent bone density loss, but it also helps prevent bone-related diseases like osteoporosis.

Improved Cardiovascular Health

A study involving patients with hypertension showed that patients who drank 1 liter of bottled mineral water per day experienced a decrease in blood pressure over the course of the study. Similarly, individuals who drink mineral water may also see reduced LDL cholesterol levels. Some of the specific minerals found in mineral water – such as potassium and magnesium – also help to support overall heart function. Refer to the calorie calculator for mineral water to determine the potassium and magnesium content.
Some studies suggest that mineral water is the healthiest type of bottled water you could drink. Not only does mineral water contain valuable nutrients, but it contains zero calories. Refer to the calorie counter for mineral water to determine the vitamin and mineral content.

Balanced Electrolytes

Mineral water may not contain any carbs (carbohydrate), fats, or protein but it does contain valuable minerals which can help to maintain the electrolyte balance in your body. Electrolytes are essential for helping to prevent dehydration by improving the ability of your cells to absorb water. Drinking mineral water after exercise can speed recovery time by replenishing your electrolyte stores and regaining balance.

Sodium Content

One thing to be wary of when drinking mineral water is the sodium content. Certain brands of mineral water contain such high amounts of sodium that you may be exceeding your daily recommended intake. Drinking high-sodium mineral water can actually have a negative impact on your blood pressure.