NORDIC GLACIAL WATER IS SUITABLE FOR PREGNANT WOMEN, LACTATING WOMEN, INFANTS AND KIDS.
Nordic glacial water comes from glaciers, frozen thousands of years ago, when the country had not been polluted by humans yet. Thanks to that it is the cleanest source of water in the world. For this reason, this water is very suitable for pregnant and lactating women and for infants and children, since it is free from any kind of pollution.
WHY SHOULD PREGNANT AND LACTATING WOMEN DRINK NORDIC GLACIAL WATER?
We can say that the mother is like a "filter" for the baby. That is why women should care about their body. Nordic glacial water helps pregnant women to contain more good substances than bad substances, so that their baby will be healthy.
If you are expecting a baby, there is a high risk of dehydration, which occurs due to problems such as: water retention, swollen legs, migraines and constipation. Thanks to Nordic absorbing 6x faster into the bloodstream than other waters, these problems are reduced to a minimum.
WHY SHOULD INFANTS DRINK NORDIC GLACIAL WATER?
Infants are very sensitive because they have not developed an immune system yet and therefore almost anything can harm them. For this reason, it is important to use the cleanest water in the preparation of articicial nutrition. The water contains:
- VERY LOW MINERALIZATION 50-60mg/litr
- HIGH pH 8,8
- HIGH NATURAL OXYGEN 9,4%
- LOW NITROGEN
- WITHOUT ANY CHEMICALS TREATMENT
- DOES NOT NEED TO BE SCOURED
WHY SHOULD KIDS DRINK NORDIC GLACIAL WATER?
(KIDS AND ATOPIC ECZEMA)
If your child suffers from atopic eczema, give him Nordic glacier water. Most atopic eczema is due to acidification of the body caused by inappropriate drinking habits or by having high sugar or by consuming processed foods with long shelf life.
Nordic has a high pH of 8.8, which raises the pH in the human body and thereby helps to get rid of atopic eczema and additionally pumps out harmful substances from the body and purifies the body from various deposits.
This child got to drink NORDIC water for 6 months and look at the skin difference:
Child 2 years old:
Child 2 years and 6 months old: