Dolomia, Water that’s Full of Life
It rises in the Dolomite Mountains - Italian Alps -, taking the most precious elements from the dolomite rock.
THE DOLOMITES NATURAL PARK
DOLOMIA, low mineral content water, springs from the rock of the Eastern Dolomites, today UNESCO World Heritage site, in Val Cimoliana, at 833 meters asl, inside the Dolomiti Friulane Natural Park, a protected area, of great geological interest, with a magnificent variety of flora and fauna.
< 2 mg/L
The purity of Dolomia water is reflected by its low nitrate content.
(The World Health Organisation recommends a nitrate limit of 45 mg/L for mineral waters, and of 10 mg/L for waters intended for infants and pregnant women.)
DOLOMIA, THE WATER FOR CHILDREN
It is important for breastfeeding mothers to maintain their daily hydration levels. Dolomia water meets this need.
When breastfeeding is not possible, Dolomia natural mineral water can be used to prepare infant formula (Italian Ministerial Decree 3850 of 25.07.2008).
< 0,001 mg/L
The near-total absence of arsenic proves the exceptional purity of Dolomia water.
DISSOLVED OXYGEN O2
Dolomia mineral water stands out due to its high level of dissolved oxygen – 10.5 mg/L – one of the highest values in the mineral water market.
Oxygen is a gas naturally dissolved in spring water.
Water is essential for our existence, and oxygen is essential for life. Oxygen leads to an improvement in our general wellbeing, has an energising effect and specific beneficial effects on many of the human body’s organs.
Dolomia water rises high up from perennial snows and lies in contact with the dolomite rock for decades, from which it takes the best components as well as its name.
< 0,1 mg/L - 0,00002%)
Dolomia water: the water with the lowest sodium content.
Thanks to its exceptionally low sodium content, it is the water most “recommended for low-sodium diets”.
It is recommended for the prevention of water retention and there are no consumption limits when recovery is required due to heavy sweating.
Dolomia water is one of the rare naturally alkaline waters.
Dolomia water’s optimum alkaline pH is useful for reducing the acidity of the human body, as well as making it very palatable.
ESSENTIAL FOR SPORT
Due to its mineral composition, Dolomia water meets the body’s needs during all types of physical activity.
Ideal before exercising to avoid dehydration, to replenish the liquids lost during sporting activity, and to help you recover.
Dolomia Water is characterised by a good concentration of calcium, an essential element for bone structure and vital physiological processes.
Dolomia Water guarantees magnesium intake, therefore helping to maintain the body’s balance and wellbeing.
An essential natural supplement, magnesium also helps to regulate muscle contraction and is therefore particularly useful in athletes’ diets. It contributes to bone growth and strengthens tooth enamel.
The concentration of bicarbonates in our water is unique, thanks to the configuration and nature of the rock from which it springs.
Helped by its alkaline nature, Dolomia Water is effective at stimulating gastric secretion and aiding digestion.
The presence of bicarbonate is useful for limiting acidosis caused by physical exercise.
LOW MINERAL CONCENTRATION WATER
TOTAL DISSOLVED SOLIDS 118 mg/L
Dolomia water is among the lightest low-mineral content waters available*.
Its low fixed residue (TDS) of 118 mg/L, together with its balanced mineral composition, makes Dolomia water pleasant to drink
and particularly suitable as part of your daily diet, encouraging diuresis and eliminating uric acid.
*Low-mineral concentration water: TDS between 50 and 500 mg/L (EU mineral water directive)
|Temperature of the water at the source||°C 7,5|
|pH at the source||8,0|
|Electrical conductivity at 20°C||μS/cm 193|
|Dry Residue at 180°C (TDS)||mg/L 118|
|Free Carbon Dioxide at the source CO2||mg/L 3,6|
|Oxidizability (Kubel method) (O2)||mg/L 0,8|
|Dissolved Oxygen O2 (**)||mg/L 10,7|
Analytical Results (mg/L)
Chemical, Physical and Microbiological Analysis carried out on June, 12nd 2020 - ARPA FVG