Mineral waters?

Yogi13

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S: 13st10.4lb C: 12st11.6lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 32.8 Loss: 0st12.8lb(6.65%)
Can anyone tell me what is considered a low sodium mineral water? I much prefer drinking sparkling water but know it should be low sodium. However there is such a huge variation in the amount of sodium in the waters available. The one I'm using now from Lidl the Saskia classic is 13.8mg/l of sodium which is the lowest of the ones they do but just read an article that says ideally it should be less than 10mg with a high calcium and magnesium content. Should I be looking for a lower sodium water? I've basically got nowhere with the diet since the initial attack phase drop and am trying to find reasons for that. Thanks.
 
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robinhood

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S: 10st9.5lb C: 10st7lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 23.7 Loss: 0st2.5lb(1.67%)
I think Dr D advises Contrex - high calcium and magnesium, I believe. I don't like sparkling water nor do I like Contrex, so stick to plain tap water. Better for the environment too!

Mr Robin drinks Perrier, so I've had a look at the mineral content for that - sodium is 11.8.
 

Yogi13

Full Member
S: 13st10.4lb C: 12st11.6lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 32.8 Loss: 0st12.8lb(6.65%)
Thanks Robinhood, I' m afraid I was spoilt being brought up on fresh well water and I can't abide mains tap water and the chemically taste it has in comparison. I shall have a hunt around and see what is available and affordable. I do buy large bottles and decant them to the small one, still not ideal I know but I recycle what I can :)
 




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