In this age of processed everything, and an increasing distance from the source of food and drink it is becoming clear that many naturally occurring substances are more important in nutrition than was previously widely acknowledged. Also an overabundance of some substances in foods, such as fluoride becoming over prevalent as it is added to many water sources, is similarly concerning. Magnesium deficiency is critical in heart disease as well as numerous other health problems.
Cardiovascular Disease, Magnesium, and Drinking Water
- Magnesium level in drinking water: its importance in cardiovascular risk
- Is Your Bottled Water Killing You?
- Bottled Water: To Drink or Not to Drink
- Ischemic Heart Disease and Water Hardness
- Magnesium Deficience
Other Health Problems Linked to Magnesium Deficiency