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Where Can I Buy Gerolsteiner Water ##TOP##

Gerolsteiner is a naturally sparkling mineral water from Germany, with elevated levels of calcium and magnesium adding to its hardness. With big bubbles and above average mineral content, Gerolsteiner leaves a lasting impression on the pallet, and for athletes or the health conscious an added edge.

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Offer valid on any online order over $150 (excludes taxes and discounts). Valid for shipping anywhere within Washington only. Not valid when shipping to any other state. Order arrives within 3-5 business days. Excludes Gift Cards.

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Gerolsteiner takes its mineral water from various sources in the depths of the Volcanic Eifel. Gerolsteiner Naturell stems from another source that is less carbonated and less mineralized than those that provide Gerolsteiner Sparkling. It is the natural carbonic acid that allows the water to absorb the valuable minerals and trace elements from the rock. That is also the reason why most non-carbonated mineral waters are lower in minerals than mineral waters containing natural carbonic acid.

The values on the mineral calculator are rounded. If the label of a mineral water should for instance show a calcium content of 45.8 mg/l, we will round it up to a calcium content of 46 mg/l. Should there be a more major discrepancy in the values please contact our Consumer service. We will then recheck the values and correct them if necessary. Note to our U.S. Consumers: Mineral amounts declared on Gerolsteiner's U.S. product labels also differ slightly from the amounts presented due to rounding, which is required by FDA labeling regulations.

The information in the mineral calculator refers to the amount of minerals contained in one liter of mineral water. This amount is measured in mg per liter. Gerolsteiner Sparkling for instance contains 348 mg of Calcium per liter. (Gerolsteiner Sprudel contains 87 mg/8 FL OZ.)

Minerals are essential nutrients for all humans. They need to be ingested through food, since the human body is not capable of producing them on its own. Due to an unbalanced diet and industrially processed foods people however sometimes fail to ingest the recommended daily amount. Drinking mineral water is a natural option to cover part of one's mineral requirements. Since the minerals in mineral water are already in solute form they can be absorbed and utilized easily by the body. By drinking a liter of Gerolsteiner mineral water you cover more than a third (Calcium) and more than a quarter (Magnesium) of the recommended daily amount of these important minerals. Gerolsteiner additionally contains Hydrogen Carbonate. It ensures a pleasantly neutral and natural flavor.

Tap water is subject to very strict controls, as is mineral water. And that is a good thing. Nevertheless tap water is fundamentally different from mineral water. Contrary to mineral water, tap water may for instance come from a variety of different water sources, such as ground water, surface water and spring water. It may also be treated in water treatment plants using certain chemicals. This is not true for mineral water. Mineral water is a pure product of nature that stems from subterranean sources that are protected from pollution. It must be bottled at the source. It may not be subjected to any kind of chemical treatment. This is stipulated in the mineral and table water ordinance. Purified Water does not need to be of natural origin. It can be made from a variety of sources such as tap water, salt water, mineral water or a mixture of these. As purified water is not bound to a particular spring, it can be produced and bottled anywhere and offered in unbottled form, such as on tap. Unlike mineral water, it does not need any kind of official seal of approval. Of course it is up to each and everyone of us whether we drink tap water or mineral water. But there are several arguments in favor of mineral water.

Minerals such as Calcium and Magnesium are important to the organism. Your body cannot produce these mineral nutrients on its own, which is why it is necessary to obtain them from our food and beverages. To get its provision of minerals, the human body is therefore reliant on a diet rich in minerals. Mineral water with a high mineral content, such as Gerolsteiner can make a valuable contribution to a healthy diet as a natural source of minerals. Calcium is quantitatively the most important mineral in the human body: 99 percent of calcium (approx. 1kg) is stored in the skeleton. For the most part, magnesium can also be found in your skeleton as well as in your muscles and between your cells. All of that makes calcium and magnesium important minerals, especially for highly active people and athletes. Calcium requirements are age-dependent. The more intense the growth stage of the bone structure is, the higher the daily amount required. It is especially children that require calcium for the healthy development of their bones. The daily requirement of an adult is approximately 800 mg. Gerolsteiner Sparkling contains 348 mg/l. According to the FDA, the recommended daily amount for an adult is 1000 mg per day in the USA. Gerolsteiner contains 348 mg/l. That is 35% of the daily requirement. The daily requirement of magnesium for adults is 375 mg (FDA USA: 400 mg/day). In general men have slightly higher requirements than women since they tend to have more muscle and bone mass. Gerolsteiner Sparkling Natural Mineral Water contains by nature 108 mg of magnesium per liter and can thus supply the body with this valuable mineral on a daily basis. That is one quarter of the daily magnesium requirement. Mineral Water contains mineral nutrients like magnesium and calcium in a dissolved form - this increases its bioavailability, enabling our bodies to absorb and use this vital nutrient more readily.

As a rule the carbonic acid content of our products is consistent in every type of bottle and bottle size, and will not escape especially quickly under normal circumstances. The common hiss-effect when opening the bottle is the sound of the carbon dioxide escaping from the empty space in the bottle. Carbon dioxide starts gathering in this space again when the bottle is closed. The carbonic acid content in the liquid thus naturally decreases steadily. It is recommended to quickly close the bottle after drinking. The water thus maintains its fresh flavor.

The percentage specifies how much of the daily recommended intake for that particular mineral is covered by drinking one liter (approximately four 8 fluid ounce glasses) of the water in question. This is how we calculate your mineral RDI. In the mineral calculator there are two calculations of the percent of recommended daily values for each mineral. Our calculations are based on FDA (USA)-recognized RDI values as well as on the recommendations of the European Union and the DGE (German Society for Nutrition).

By comparison, while spring water is typically obtained and bottled from underground springs, there are no laws saying that it must be. It just needs to be relatively free of microbiological contaminants and have no odor or taste.

Drinking sparkling mineral water instead provides the minerals your body needs to actually hydrate your cells. Without adequate minerals, the water you drink is likely going right through you, leaving your cells thirsty for more. In our opinion, that gives mineral water the advantage over seltzer.

Gerolsteiner might be the champagne of mineral waters. This bicarbonate-rich mineral water originates from the Volcanic Eifel in Germany, where the naturally purified water absorbs minerals and carbonic acid from the bedrock.

But mineral water, especially high quality mineral water like Gerolsteiner, should be providing an acid neutralizing effect due to the presence of bicarbonate. So if the problem is high stomach acid, sparkling mineral water may actually have a soothing effect on acid reflux.

Mountain Valley was somewhere in the middle. It had some bubbles and a little bit of mineral. This would be a good bottle of water to have for a little bit of fizz. If you like a classic sparkling than you would like the Pellegrino or the Mountain Valley. We were really surprised that the Mountain Valley did as well compared to Pellegrino.

Conclusion: We really like the Gerolsteiner and the Topo Chico in this category. The Perrier could not compare to them and had no taste to it. We all four typically like a bolder water so for us the Topo Chico from Mexico and Gerolsteiner from Germany were the favorites out of this tasting. We all agreed from an easy drinking perspective the San Pellegrino was our choice.

I am completely hooked on Topo Chico. Thank God I live in S. Texas where it is plentiful and cheap. I honestly drink almost nothing else. On the downside, if you have ever been to Monterrey, it is hard to believe anything healthy could come from there, but have never seen anything to dispute its purity or benefits.

Valuable calcium and magnesiumGerolsteiner Medium has around a third less carbonic acid than Gerolsteiner Sprudel. Less carbon dioxide with the same enjoyment factor. Medium and sparkling water come from the same mineral-rich source and have the same mineralization. Thanks to their origin in the Vulkaneifel, both mineral waters have a high and balanced mineralization and contain valuable calcium and magnesium - a rare combination on the German mineral water market. 041b061a72


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