Sodium (Na) is ubiquitous in today’s processed foods. It appears in many forms, most frequent of which are table salt (NaCl), preservatives and flavour enhancers. Excessive sodium consumption can pose a very serious threat to Your health, resulting in high blood pressure-related illnesses. Our daily sodium requirement (3000-5000mg) is well covered by food, so there is no need to drink sodium-rich mineral water. In fact, in many countries, excessive sodium consumption is becoming more evident than ever, resulting in high blood pressure related conditions and overall decline of public health.
Low-Sodium natural mineral water Haage is a smooth-tasting thirst quencher with a consistent, light mineralisation. Natural mineral water Haage has a uniquely balanced mineral composition, which gives it its distinctive silky, light and pure taste. Natural mineral water Haage has a neutral pH level. Being a Sodium-free product, natural mineral water Haage is an excellent balancer to salty food. Natural mineral water Haage is available still or sparkling, in 0,5L and 1L bottles.
100%Natural mineral water has to be naturally pure – it does not undergo any processing and no additives are used (except CO2 for sparkling water). Unlike other bottled waters, natural mineral water is subject to strict quality control before receiving the Certificate of Approval.
24/7Unique and moderate mineralisation makes natural mineral water Haage perfect for everyday use by people of all ages.
-NaOne litre of natural mineral water Haage contains less than 5mg of sodium, which allows it to be considered a sodium-free product. Reducing the consumption of sodium helps maintain healthy blood pressure.
pH Natural mineral water Haage has a neutral pH level of 7,2-7,6.
CaMgExcellent calcium and magnesium ratio of 3(Ca) to 1(Mg) guarantees better absorption of calcium in the body, which is important in maintaining healty bones, teeth, fingernails and hair.
MDistinctive compositional indicators of the water:
Na+ 3,6-4,4 mg/l SODIUM is omnipresent in food, primarily as table salt, flavour-enhancers and preservatives. It is an essential mineral for the human body, but excessive consumption can seriously damage your health. Recommended daily intake should remain below 5000mg.
K+ 3,7-4,4 mg/l POTASSIUM s crucial to heart function and plays a key role in skeletal and smooth muscle contraction, making it important for normal digestive and muscular function. Recommended daily intake 3100-5000mg.
Ca++ 83-92 mg/l CALCIUM – All cells need calcium in order to work. Calcium helps build strong bones and teeth. It is important for heart function, and helps with muscle contraction, nerve signaling, and blood clotting. RDI=800-900mg.
Mg++ 25,2-27,9 mg/l MAGNESIUM – Every organ in the body — especially the heart, muscles, and kidneys — needs the mineral magnesium. It also contributes to the makeup of teeth and bones. Most important, it activates enzymes, contributes to energy production, and helps regulate calcium levels, as well as copper, zinc, potassium, vitamin D, and other important nutrients in the body. RDI=280-350mg.
HCO3 386-426 mg/l BICARBONATE – Helps counteract excessive acidity in our body, which is caused by stress, unhealthy diet, coffee, smoking and alcohol.
Cl– 3,8-4,4 mg/l CHLORIDE – Chloride travels primarily with sodium and water and helps generate the osmotic pressure of body fluids. It is an important constituent of stomach hydrochloric acid (HCl), the key digestive acid. Chloride is also needed to maintain the body’s acid-base balance. The kidneys excrete or retain chloride mainly as sodium chloride, depending on whether they are trying to increase or decrease body acid levels. Chloride may also be helpful in allowing the liver to clear waste products.
SO4 7,4-8,6 mg/l SULFATE salts have important health-giving properties including healthy skin and cells, detoxifying the liver, aiding digestion, increasing blood circulation and reducing muscle cramps. However, sulphate content in excess of 250-500mg/l may give water a bitter taste and have a laxative effect on individuals not adapted to the water.
Content unit: mg/l. Based on public information provided by producers as of May 24 2013.