There are always doubts and ambiguity around bottled mineral water. While some say drinking it every day is a boon, others warn there are some health risks in the nutrient-rich liquid.
The latter claim is in line with the recent warning from the Department of Groundwater Resources under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. The department cautioned the public that drinking too much mineral water is likely to lead to a mineral imbalance in the body.
According to anti-ageing medicine specialist Assistant Professor Dr Pansak Sugkraroek, what comes with the high price of bottled mineral water is definitely its health benefits. Yet drinking mineral water every day might not be necessary.
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