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Minerals in Drinking Water-Good or Bad?

Minerals in drinking water can provide several benefits to our health. Some common minerals found in drinking water include calcium, magnesium, potassium, and sodium. Calcium is essential for strong bones and teeth, while magnesium helps regulate blood pressure and supports muscle and nerve function. Potassium is important for heart health and maintaining proper fluid balance in the body. Sodium, although often associated with negative health effects in excessive amounts, is still necessary for various bodily functions, such as maintaining proper nerve and muscle function. Additionally, minerals in drinking water can contribute to the overall taste and quality of the water.


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