Natural Mineral Water Helps With

General Wellness, Gut Health, Women’s Health, Heart Health and Kidney Health.


With Hege: Ca | Mg | pH | HCO3-

Hege Natural Mineral Water can be a refreshing and beneficial beverage for your overall health. Packed with essential minerals like calcium and magnesium, it helps you meet your daily mineral requirements and supports healthy bones, muscles, and bodily functions.

The Power of Natural Alkalinity: Hege boasts a natural alkalinity that may help maintain a healthy pH balance in your body, which is crucial for various physiological processes.

Experience Holistic Wellness: Regular consumption of Hege Natural Mineral Water can contribute to improved vitality, radiant skin, healthy hair, and a stronger digestive system by neutralising excess stomach acid.

Remember: While Hege Natural Mineral Water offers significant benefits, it's one piece of the puzzle for a healthy lifestyle. For optimal well-being, combine it with a balanced diet, regular exercise, and adequate sleep.

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With Hege: HCO3- | pH

Hege Natural Mineral Water, sourced from the pristine Himalayan mountains, boasts a unique advantage: Natural Alkalinity. Unlike tap or most bottled water, Hege offers significant relief for those experiencing acid reflux.

Here's why: Our digestive enzyme, pepsin, thrives in acidic environments. Research suggests that natural alkalinity in Hege Natural Mineral Water can quickly denature (inactivate) pepsin, reducing its ability to break down food and potentially aggravate reflux symptoms.

Furthermore, Hege's inherent acid-buffering capacity helps neutralise excess stomach acid, providing additional comfort for individuals managing reflux disease.

Important Note: While Hege Natural Mineral Water offers potential digestive benefits, it's one aspect of a healthy lifestyle. Consult your doctor to determine the best approach for managing chronic acid reflux.

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Potential benefits of pH 8.8 alkaline drinking water as an adjunct in the treatment of reflux disease

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Pregnancy Benefits With Hege.

Hydrate naturally with alkaline water. Minerals & micronutrients support a healthy pregnancy for you & your baby.


With Hege: Mg | Ca

Study Highlights: Consuming natural mineral water shows promise in lowering blood pressure, particularly for those with low magnesium or calcium. Research reveals significant reductions in both systolic (top number) and diastolic (bottom number) blood pressure within just 2-4 weeks of regular consumption.

Potential Benefits: These findings suggest natural mineral water, rich in essential minerals, offers a simple and natural way to help manage blood pressure.

Who May Benefit Most? Individuals with deficiencies in magnesium or calcium could see the greatest impact.

The Takeaway: Incorporating mineral water into your diet could be a heart-healthy step.

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Mineral water intake reduces blood pressure among subjects with low urinary magnesium and calcium levels

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With Hege: pH | HCO3-

Recent studies answer the question - can consuming Natural Alkaline Mineral Water benefit kidney health? Mineral water from the Himalayas, rich in essential minerals, and natural alkalinity pH~8 can help:

Prevent Kidney Crystal Formation: By creating a slightly less acidic environment, Natural Mineral Water could discourage the formation of crystals that contribute to kidney stones.

Reduce Cell Damage: Natural Alkaline Water can help reduce cell death (apoptosis), potentially protecting kidney tissues from damage.

Combat Inflammation and Oxidative Stress: These factors can contribute to kidney issues. The minerals in alkaline water offer some protection.

A Natural Approach to Kidney Wellness
While more research is needed, incorporating alkaline mineral water into your routine could be a simple yet effective way to promote kidney health.

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