mineral water

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water naturally or artificially impregnated with mineral salts or gasses

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The lake's extremely alkaline water has a pH as high as 10.5, similar to milk of magnesia, a treatment used to neutralize stomach acid.
Seeing that it offered a far better approach than other alkaline waters he agreed to become the national spokesperson for AQUA OH-!
This result indicates that a higher dietary protein level could be tested to improve survival and/or growth of this species at less acidic or alkaline waters. However, as the diet with higher protein level also presented around 7% higher gross energy, it is not possible to exclude that dietary energy may also contribute to this variation.
To our knowledge, there are no studies regarding the effects of dietary salt in fish exposed to alkaline waters.
They seem to need alkaline waters to reproduce well, though, and our local waters are primarily acidic.
Finding carbonates indicates that Mars had neutral to alkaline waters when the minerals formed in the mid-latitude region more than 3.6 billion years ago.