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Potential Benefits

For centuries, Midas Spring Water has flown from deep subterranean recesses, providing healthy, balanced, and refreshing mineral water.

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KIDNEYS

Midas water is classified as an Oligo-Mineral. Oligo-Mineral water is most notable for helping Michelango with his kidney stones. 

To learn more about Oligo-Mineral water and how it can help kidney stones, read what Professor Loris Borghi wrote on the Relationship between supersaturation and calcium oxalate crystallization in normals and idiopathic calcium oxalate stone formers.

 

You can also see what David has to say about how Midas water helped with his kidney stones.

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CARDIOVASCULAR

Water is the noblest element that makes up 70% of our body. Water influences our bodily functions and overall health.

Dr. František Kožíšek, M.D., Ph.D published a study titled Health significance of drinking water calcium and magnesium. This study documents the importance of calcium, magnesium, and low levels of nitrates in drinking water. 

 

These minerals play an important role in cardiovascular health, and you could be missing them in artificially processed, or demineralized water.

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BABY WATER

Avoiding nitrates is crucial for expectant mothers and their babies. This US study titled Nitrates in mom's drinking water linked to birth defects in kids concluded that "...babies whose mothers consume nitrates in drinking water have a higher risk of spina bifida, cleft palette and other birth defects".

If you're a new or expectant mother looking for the optimal water for your baby, consider Midas. Midas contains zero NO2 and 0.32 NO3, a neutral pH of 7.2, and the perfect levels of naturally occurring calcium, magnesium, and silica.

Very few waters in the world can match the unique balance of purity and essential minerals provided by Midas.

DEMENTIA

This 2008 French study titled Aluminum and Silica in Drinking Water and the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease or Cognitive Decline: Findings From 15-Year Follow-up of the PAQUID Cohort claims that Silica can play a role in preventing Alzheimer's and dementia. Aluminum has been linked to Alzheimers, and silica can help by neutralizing aluminum. 

Midas water is rich in naturally occurring silica (silicic acid). Midas contains 46 - 59.6 mg of silica per Litre, which is substantially higher than most waters. 

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