Hard Water Bad For You?
the effects on one's health are fairly limited Hard Water does
have negative impacts on the home and industry. The mineral build-up
on plumbing, and heating elements of household products affects
their performance and service life. However, the calcium and magnesium
in drinking water is actually beneficial to us.
Many people in the UK and other countries need to soften their
water. Standard salt fed "ionic exchange" or "reverse
osmosis" water softener systems remove these beneficial minerals
and add potentially unhealthy sodium to the water from salt. The
Eddy electronic water treatment device, however, does not remove
the healthy calcium from drinking water, nor does it add any chemicals
to the water.
The National Research Council proclaims that drinking hard water
can partly satisfy ones calcium and magnesium dietary needs. It
also states that in instances where calcium and magnesium concentrate
are very high, this can be the primary magnesium and calcium contributor
to the human diet.
Researchers are forever studying the relationship between the
hardness of water and mortality rates as a result of cardiovascular
disease. Such studies have been 'epidemiological studies,'
There are some studies which suggest a definite relationship between
hard water and lower cardiovascular disease mortality. However
others do not suggest a relationship. The National Research Council
deems results at this time to be inconclusive.
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