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Nutrients in neglected water

Issuing time:2020-06-05 00:00

Nutrients in neglected water

Many people think that the content of mineral elements in water is very small, so it can be ignored. In fact, no matter how rich the diet structure is, a certain proportion of the important mineral elements required by the human body always come from drinking water. In 1986, the World Health Organization published the Guidelines for Drinking Water Quality, stating that the human body must ingest certain amounts of minerals and trace elements from drinking water, of which the typical intake is 5-20%. The health damage caused by drinking drinking water lacking mineral elements for a long time is still difficult to estimate.

Water quality and disease

Scientists have studied why the rates of heart disease, stroke and high blood pressure in different countries vary greatly. The hardness of drinking water is related to the incidence of cardiovascular disease. The higher the local water hardness, the lower the incidence. Because hard water contains minerals.