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Do you think about the quality of your drinking water?

Water is crucial for human life. The human body is made up of at least 70% water. Lack of proper hydration can cause considerable health issues, but hydrating with poor quality water can also be detrimental.

Demineralized water refers to treated or purified water that has all of its salts and minerals removed. That means distilled, deionized, reverse-osmosis, or otherwise "purified" water can be unsafe to drink long term.

According to the World Health Organization, demineralized water that has not been enriched is not suitable for drinking. Drinking demineralized water can lead to health risks such as decreased metabolic function, electrolyte imbalances, hormonal imbalances, and cardiovascular issues, and can compromise the function of key organs. In other words, drinking water without minerals can rob the body of crucial minerals.

Midas Spring Water is sourced from a spring in North Carolina famous for its purported healing benefits. Midas water has strict standards - unlike demineralized or treated water, Midas Spring Water does not add or remove minerals in the purification process.

Since the human body requires certain minerals to function optimally, the ideal drinking water should replenish the body's minerals, instead of depleting them. Midas Spring Water contains the perfect balance of essential minerals and salts your body needs to be its best, including calcium, magnesium, silica, and more.

Midas water and Kidney Stones

Did you know that Michelangelo Buonarroti, the great Renaissance artist, suffered from kidney stones? Known for sculpting great works out of stone, Michelangelo referred to his kidney stones as the only kind of stone he couldn't love. He treated his kidney stones by drinking water from a spring in Fiuggi, Italy. Much like Midas, this spring was renowned for its healing properties.

The spring water Michelangelo used was Oligomineral water, which promotes diuresis. Midas water is also classified as Oligomineral water and is nearly identical in mineral content to the spring water in Fiuggi.

Midas water helped many people suffering from kidney stones find relief. One customer had nearly instant success in removing his kidney stones after turning to Midas water to help treat his condition.

"Midas Water made me feel better. I had kidney stones for the second time in my life - they are not a fun experience. In order to help pass the stone, I drank lots of Midas Water. I passed a 3 mm stone within a few days and felt incredible after!" -Dave.

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.


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