400ml Still Mineral Water
Contains all the minerals for a balanced daily intake of electrolytes and vital minerals including Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium and Silica.
Calcium Carbonate (CaCO3) is used as an antacid to relieve the symptoms of indigestion and heartburn. It is the active ingredient in most antacid medication. Gush Valley has 159 mg/l of CaCO3.
The presence of CaCO3 in water is commonly known as Alkalinity. Alkalinity is the total acid–neutralising capacity of the water. 4 litres of Gush gives you the equivalent of 1 antacid tablet.
Can be part of your recommended daily Calcium and Magnesium requirements.
Gush Valley is Naturally Alkaline with a pH of 7.7 - 8.2
What Are The Bottled Water Requirements For Babies?
According to the US FDA and the NHS, bottled water for babies should meet the following requirements:
- Less sodium: The sodium (Na) content should be less than 250mg per liter of water.
- Low sulphate: Less than 250mg of sulphate (SO4) in a litre of water.
- Select “low-fluoride” versions: Most packaged drinking water, even those with added minerals, have an average of 0.205 mg of fluoride per litre or ppm (parts per million), which is safe for babies.
Gush Valley water has a super low sodium content of 0.58 mg/l , sulphate content of 11 mg/l and Fluoride content is 0,2 mg/l
Fluoride Guide for Infants and children
|Age of child||Fluoride concentration|
|<0.3 ppm||>0.3 ppm|
|0 to 6 months||None||None|
|>6 months to 3 years||0.25 mg/day||None|
|>3 to 6 years||0.5 mg/day||None|
|>6 years||1.00 mg/day||None|