Natural Mineral Water Does Not Harm The Kidneys
The mineralization of natural mineral water is not harmful to the kidneys, There is no scientific evidence” that the mineralization of natural mineral water carries a risk of the recurrence of kidney stones or that it implies the deterioration of renal function.
A healthy kidney can produce urine with a wide concentration range (from 50 mOsm/L to 1,200 mOsm/L), which is, to a large extent, wider than the variability of the mineral composition of natural mineral waters.
In addition, to avoid recurrence, in people with kidney stones, contrary to various beliefs, in general, aside from maintaining a water intake of around two liters, it is recommended to maintain a daily intake of 1,000 to 1,200 mg of cal.
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