Scientific studies

Scientific studies

- Controlling the quality, hygiene and health control
  building water

  Extract from: “Amministrare Immobili’’ (Managing buildings)
  Official Journal of the Associazione Nazionale Amministratori
  Condominiali e Immobiliari – ANACI (National Association
  of Building and Real Estate Managers)
  “Il controllo della qualità, dell'igiene e della salubrità delle
  acque nel condominio’’ (The quality, hygiene and health
  control of the building water)
  By Giulio Benedetti General deputy prosecutor of the
  Milan Court of Appeal. Year XXII - issue 215 - June 2017

- THE HARDNESS OF WATER destined for human consumption:
  reflections on human health

  Excerpt from: "The National Institute of Health News”
  “The hardness of water destined for
  human consumption: reflections on human health”
  Massimo Ottaviani, Laura Achene, Emanuele Ferretti
  and Luca Lucentini
  Environment and Primary Prevention Department, ISS
  Volume 20 - Issue 3 - March 2007 - ISSN 0394-9303

- WATER. Not low mineral, but rich in calcium,
  magnesium and fixed residue

  Excerpt from: NATURAL NUTRITION
  “Healthy eating based on tradition and modern science”
  Saturday 10 July 2010

- MEDICINE AND SOCIETY – Nutrition and Health
  Excerpt from: THE SCIENCES - SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN
  No. 340, December 1996

- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH
  Regulations

- DEHYDRATION, the underlying cause of many chronic diseases
  Excerpt from the transcript of a lecture
  by Fereydoon Batmanghelidj at the Government
  Health Forum, Washington, DC, USA – 28-30th March, 2003

- Shaper AG et al, Cardiovascular risk factors etc.
  BMJ 1981; 283:179-186

- Greathouse DG, Osborne RH, Preliminary Report on
  Nationwide Study of drinking water and cardiovascular
  diseases, J Environ Pathol Toxicol 1980;3:65-76

- Leoni V et al, Water hardness and cardiovascular mortality
  rate in Abruzzo, Italy. Arch Environ Health 1985; 40:274-278

- Sauer HA, Relationship of water to risk of dying.
  In: Manner DX, Water quality research Council, 1974, pp.76-79

- Comstock GW, Water hardness and cardiovascular diseases.
  Am J Epidemiol 1979;110:375-400

- Nat Res. Council, Drinking water and Health. Vol.I:477.
  Washington DC, 1977

- CARDIOVASCULAR MORTALITY AND CALCIUM AND MAGNESIUM
  IN DRINKING WATER: AN ECOLOGICAL STUDY IN ELDERLY
  PEOPLE. Journal European Journal of Epidemiology
  18, 4, April 2003, 305-309

- COMPARISON OF THE MINERAL CONTENT OF TAP WATER
  AND BOTTLED WATERS
  Arik Azoulay, Philippe Garzon and Mark J. Eisenberg.
  Journal Journal of General Internal Medicine
  16, 3, March, 2001, 168-175

- IMPORTANCE OF BIOAVAILABLE CALCIUM DRINKING WATER
  FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF BONE MASS IN
  POST-MENOPAUSAL WOMEN.
  Costi, D et al, J. Endocrinol Invest. 1999 Dec; 22(11): 852-6

- CONTRIBUTION OF MINERAL WATERS TO DIETARY CALCIUM
  AND MAGNESIUM INTAKE IN A FRENCH ADULT POPULATION
  P. Galan et al., J Am Diet Assoc, 102, 11, pp 1658-1662
  (November 2002)

- CALCIUM BIOAVAILABILITY FROM A CALCIUM-RICH MINERAL
  WATER, WITH SOME OBSERVATIONS ON METHOD
  Bacciottini L. et al, J Clin Gastroenterol. 2004; 38(9):761-6

- ABSORBABILITY OF THE CALCIUM IN A HIGH-CALCIUM
  MINERAL WATER. R. P. Heaney and M. S. Dowell,
  Journal Osteoporosis International 4, 6, November.

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