Magic Mineral Waters
While the modest amount of minerals found in regular drinking (or tap) water plays a beneficial role in your health, the quantity in actual mineral water proves even more propitious. “Although we obtain essential minerals through diet, mineral water naturally hydrates and specifically offers an additional source of calcium and magnesium—two minerals that most people don’t get enough of,” says celebrity nutritionist Paula Simpson. Read on to see the mineral waters handpicked by our experts and editors and their unique mineral contents.
Source: Fiji Islands
Calcium: 17 mg
Magnesium: 13 mg
Potassium: 4.9 mg
Sodium: 18 mg
“What makes this water unique is its silica content," says Simpson.
Potassium: 20 mg
Sodium: 410 mg
“The level of magnesium is the highest out there,” says New York nutritionist Nicolette Pace.
Magnesium: 52 mg
Potassium: 4 mg
Sodium: 36 mg
Pace says, “This has an excellent mineral content and is naturally sparkling.”
Magnesium: 29.3 mg
Potassium: 1.0 mg
Sodium: 1.51 mg
“The main benefit of this water is its high alkalinity,” says Simpson.
For more of our favorite mineral waters, check out "The Magic of Mineral Water" in the NewBeauty winter-spring 2013 issue, on stands now.
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