What does Deer Park water contain

Mineral water comparison table


Mineral water and the minerals: that's in the table

Discover the differences between your selected types of mineral water. How many minerals are contained in each brand can be found in the table above.

The amount of minerals is typically in Milligrams per liter specified - so a thousandth of a gram. For comparison: a single drop of water can have a mass of up to one gram. Thus, a relatively small amount of minerals is enough to meet our daily requirement. There is one for most of the ingredients in mineral water recommended minimum quantitythat you should consume each day. There is only no guide value for the hydrogen carbonate and sulfate it contains.

Please note that the information in the table relates to minerals Averages acts. We are guided by the values ​​of the European Union (EU Regulation No. 1169/2011 (LMIV)) and the German Nutrition Society (DGE).

Calcium800 mg
magnesium375 mg
Bicarbonatek. A.
potassium2000 mg
sodium1500 mg
chloride800 mg
sulfatek. A.

The daily requirement of minerals - as individual as you are

Everyone has an individual need for minerals, which can be covered by various sources, including mineral water. As already mentioned, the ingredients that are specified in our table are only indicative. In order to determine the actual daily requirement, further factors should be taken into account:

  1. exercise
  2. pregnancy
  3. general health
  4. Age and gender

Examples of an additional requirement for minerals

For example, if you do a lot Sports operate, you tend to have a more stressed metabolism. This results in a higher need for nutrients such as vitamins but also minerals. Sodium, calcium and magnesium are particularly important in this context. This is why competitive athletes in particular should ensure that they are supplied with sufficient amounts. It is the same during pregnancy It is important to always consume a sufficient amount of minerals.

Eat a balanced diet

Mineral water can help you meet some of your daily needs. We also recommend a balanced nutrition. The German Nutrition Society (DGE) regularly publishes publications that deal with the daily requirement of nutrients. Below you will also find tables that show you examples of which foods contain how many minerals - for example in relation to the potassium content.

5 quick tips for adequate water intake

In addition to the supply of minerals, mineral water has another fundamental benefit: the Providing our body with sufficient fluids. One adult per day should be drink at least two liters. We have put together five tips to help you drink more.

Tip # 1: Always have your water within easy reach

Whether at work or during leisure time, water should always be your companion so that you don't forget to drink. Remember to always have some water with you when you are out and about. Small PET bottles with mineral water, for example, are easy to take with you anywhere.

Tip # 2: Drink right after you get up

Your body loses fluids overnight. To get the day off to a good start, you should drink a large glass of water as soon as you get up. For example, place a bottle of mineral water right by your bed so you can perform this little morning ritual right away.

Tip # 3: Drink a glass of water before and during each meal

In this way you link the drinking to an event. Drinking a glass of water about half an hour before a meal will also support the production of digestive juices. In addition, drinking while eating promotes satiety, which can save you a few calories.

Tip # 4: Spice up your water

If the taste of pure tap water or mineral water is not enough for you, you can refine your drinks with simple means. Mix a juice spritzer from time to time or use a lemon wedge for a subtle, fresh highlight.

Tip # 5: Eat more fruits and vegetables

Cucumbers, melons or oranges in particular have a high proportion of liquid and can therefore serve as an additional source of liquid. They also provide vitamins and have a refreshing effect!