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Bicarbonate in Drinking Water

Bicarbonate is essential for maintaining the acid-base balance of the blood. When ingested with mineral water, it helps buffer lactic acid generated during exercise and also reduces the acidity of dietary components. Drinking mineral water before exercising can help muscular fatigue and so increase the performance of short- term physical exercise. Magnesium bicarbonate in drinking water enters body cells and increases the concentrations of bicarbonate ions inside body cells.

The effects of the regular consumption of magnesium bicarbonate supplemented water: A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study of the Effects of Alkaline Magnesium Bicarbonate Solutions on Acid/Base Balance, Bone Metabolism and Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Postmenopausal Women

In Magnesium in Clinical Practice, Dr. Jean Durlach says:

"Since dietary intake of magnesium in developed countries is marginal, the quantity of Mg present in water can, depending on its level, represent the 'critical factor' that brings the level of dietary intake from deficiency to an adequate level". ( Ref. 2.413 1 )

"In humans, Mg in drinking water is more rapidly and more highly absorbed than the rest of dietary Mg. Its presence in the diet thus appears to be of particular importance. It seems to be necessary, even in the absence of magnesium deficiency."( Ref. 2.413 2 )

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