In stores you can find various natural mineral water products; however, they differ significantly in terms of their composition. Quality water for adults isn’t necessarily suitable for children as well.

What is good to know when buying water is that it is important for water not to contain a large amount of minerals that can overload kidneys, and it is particularly important that the sodium content is as low as possible.

The total amount of salt in water is estimated according to the residue resulting from evaporating 1 liter of water at 100°C and then drying it at 180°C. Mineral content and quantities are expressed in milligrams per liter (mg/l) and must be stated on the label. In terms of the amount of dissloved salts, water can be divided into the following categories:

  • Less than 50 mg/l – minimally mineralized water
  • Between 50 and 500 mg/l – oligomineral water
  • Between 500 and 1500 mg/l – medium mineralized water
  • More than 1500 mg/l – rich in minerals

So it is important to read carefully the label of a natural spring water before you decide to buy it. If you still haven’t tried Cetina, make sure you do, because it is light and mineral. It is pure in composition and delivered to the stores directly from the source.


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