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Local natural mineral water: Good minerals but too much sodium?

Asked on February 11, 2013
Created February 11, 2013 at 5:51 PM

Since I've gone paleo about a month ago, I'm searching for alternative healthy drinks. My current favourites are Kefir and natural mineral water. Mineral water is highly available in my country (and you cannot find carbonated water anywhere).

The magnesium/calcium and bicarbonate levels look good as far as I understand; but I am worried about the sodium levels. Here is a breakdown; what do you think? Should I continue to drink this water every day?

  • Aluminium: 0.0087 mg/l
  • Ammonium: < 0.05 mg/l
  • Calcium: 235 mg/l
  • Magnesium: 108 mg/l
  • Potassium: 63 mg/l
  • Iron: 0.046 mg/l
  • Sodium: 265 mg/l
  • Sulfate: 138 mg/l
  • Fluoride: 0.46 mg/l
  • Nitrate: < 1.0 mg/l
  • Nitrite: < 0.005 mg/l
  • Silicate: 62 mg/l
  • Chloride: 25 mg/l
  • Phosphate: 1.87 mg/l
  • Bicarbonate: 1865 mg/l
  • Sulphur: None

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