Galway Pure Irish Still Water is high in calcium, magnesium and biocarbonate concentrations which offers a valuable contribution to your mineral intake.
The many benefits of calcium include stabilizing bone structure, teeth, and cell membranes; ensuring nerve and muscle impulses are properly transmitted; and helping prevent blood clots. Bones decalcify (osteoporosis) and fractures become more likely if a body is not getting enough calcium. Although many foods are now fortified with calcium, naturally bio-available Calcium is found almost exclusively in milk, milk products, and water. Bottled drinking water can be a significant source of Calcium providing much of the recommended dietary intake of this mineral in adults.
Magnesium is important for the regulation of muscle contractions and the transmission of nerve impulses, and it activates energy producing enzymes. Bone structure also relies on magnesium, and the element expands blood vessels, which lessens the risk of heart attack. Nervousness, lack of concentration, dizziness, and headaches or migraines may result from magnesium deficiency.
Present in all biological fluids, bicarbonate is essential for maintaining our bodies' pH balance. Lactic acid generated by physical activity is neutralized by bicarbonate dissolved in water; a similar process raises the pH of some acidic foods aiding digestion.
TOTAL DISSOLVED SOLIDS (TDS)
Water's subtle taste are determined by the minerals it contains. The amount of minerals dissolved in water is indicated as total dissolved solids, measured in milligrams per liter (mg/1) or parts per million (ppm), which are equal. A water's TDS is normally made up mainly of carbonates, bicarbonates, chlorides, sulfates, phosphates, nitrates, calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, iron, manganese, and a few other minerals.