The FDA classifies mineral water as containing 250 parts per million of dissolved solids, which can include sulfure compounds and salts. Water that has a lot of minerals in it is considered “hard”, whereas water that does not is considered “soft”.
The minerals in mineral water are usually measured as what trace material remain after the water has been evaporated. There are a variety of different minerals that can be in found in mineral water, all with their own effects and health benefits. Here are just some of the many minerals: aluminum, bromine, calcium, cobalt, copper, fluoride, iodine, iron, nitrate, potassium, sodium, sulphate, and zinc.
A more comprehensive list can be found at the link below, with the not only the minerals but their benefits and important information to know. Check it out!
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