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Natural mineral water high in magnesium


Donat Mg is a unique 100% natural mineral water with the richest amount of magnesium than any other natural mineral water. Donat Mg contains 1000 mg magnesium in 1 litre. Its unique composition and high content of magnesium has favourable effects on human health.


Donat Mg is a natural replacement for medicines against excess stomach acid and constipation. Magnesium is soluble in Donat Mg mineral water. It is highly effective as metabolism doesn’t need to overexert itself dissolving and transferring it to cells that need it.


Magnesium in Donat Mg plays a vital role and works on several health diffi culties in combination with a varied and balanced diet as


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✔ reduce fatigue ✔ electrolyte balance ✔ normal energy metabolism ✔ normal functioning of the nervous system ✔ normal muscle function ✔ maintaining a frame and a normal dentition ✔ The normal protein synthesis plays a role in the process of cell division.


As little as 0.3 to 0.4 litres of Donat Mg natural mineral water is enough to satisfy the recommended daily allowance of magnesium.


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