Should mineral water be used for cooking?

According to experts, mineral water is composed of many salt compounds and sulfur compounds. Mineral water is often recommended for people ...


According to experts, mineral water is composed of many salt compounds and sulfur compounds. Mineral water is often recommended for people who exercise, work outdoors or have diarrhea to compensate for lost mineral ions.

However, many international health science sites warn that using mineral water for cooking may leave unhealthy effects later on. Because it works for a long time, it's hard to recognize right away.

An analysis in Health magazine shows that mineral water is now often supplemented with substances such as potassium, magnesium, sodium, calcium, and sodium, which when cooking at high temperatures, these substances can produce sediment. not good for health.

Especially for people with weak kidneys, the excretion of these deposits in the long term will be difficult, potentially risk of kidney stones.

According to the NCBI scientific journal, some sources of mineral water also contain lead salts or nitrates. During boiling, the concentration of lead and nitrate will increase.

With nitrates, when ingested it can be reduced to nitrite, which is harmful to health, can cause breathing difficulties or affect cardiac activity.


Using mineral water to cook has some risks - Photo: GETTY IMAGES

In addition, mixing milk with mineral water may have some effects. Children's bodies tend to absorb mineral content first, and their speed and ability to absorb substances are limited. Therefore, if children receive too much mineral, they will not be able to absorb vitamins and some other nutrients in milk, leading to deficiency.

In addition, the child's kidney function is weak, so it is difficult to work hard to excrete the excess minerals.

Depending on the type of mineral water will have different levels of influence.

Therefore, it is necessary to determine which mineral salts and ingredients in each type of mineral water to know exactly the level of influence when cooking.

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