Natural Mineral Water
Solán de Cabras reaches you exactly as it emerges from the spring, without exposure to light or any alteration of its composition.
It emerges at a temperature of 20º
This is the classification of groundwater according to the temperature recorded at its outlet.
Low mineral content
Determined by the geological characteristics of the ground and of the rocks of the spring where they originate.
THESE ARE WATERS RICH IN CARBONIC ACID. WATERS THAT CONTAIN 600MG/L OF BICARBONATE ARE CONSIDERED BICARBONATED.
Calcitic waters are among the foodstuffs with the highest amount of available calcium (better absorbed). A WATER IS CONSIDERED CALCITIC WHEN IT CONTAINS MORE THAN 150MG/L OF THIS MINERAL.
Chloride is an electrolyte that is necessary for maintaining the fluid and electrolyte balance.
Very low sulphate level
THE CONTENT OF THIS ANION IN SOLÁN DE CABRAS WATER IS LOW. FOR A WATER TO BE CONSIDERED SULPHATED, IT MUST CONTAIN MORE THAN 20 MG/L OF THIS MINERAL.
SODIUM REGULATES THE BODY'S FLUID BALANCE. SOLÁN DE CABRAS IS A WATER INDICATED FOR LOW-SODIUM DIETS.
THIS ELECTROLYTE CONTRIBUTES TO MAINTAINING THE BODY'S FLUID BALANCE AND TRANSMISSION OF NERVE SIGNALS. IT IS PRESENT IN MANY FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. IN WATER, THE BENEFIT IS NOT SIGNIFICANT DUE TO ITS LOW CONTENT.
This mineral plays a role in the formation of bone and cartilage.
AMONG THE MINERALS THAT DETERMINE WATER HARDNESS, CALCIUM AND MAGNESIUM PREDOMINATE.
THE RECOMMENDED INTAKE OF MAGNESIUM IS 300-350 MG/D. MAGNESIUM FORMS PART OF BONE AND MUSCLE, PLAYING A ROLE IN PROTEIN SYNTHESIS, NERVE TRANSMISSION AND MUSCULAR CONTRACTION/RELAXATION.