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SYSTEM OF METABOLISM OF DRINKING WATER AS A METHODOLOGICAL BASIS FOR THE ESTIMATION OF ITS MINERAL COMPOSITION


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The physiological-hygienic system of drinking water metabolism is presented. Drinking water was shown to contain seven vital ions and eight organotrophic-obligate chemical elements as major integral components. Vital ions and water molecules are the main components of water-salt metabolism, are involved in all metabolic processes, including energy metabolism and thermoregulation of the body. Organotropic-obligate chemical elements can enter the composition of enzymes and selectively catalyze enzymatic processes. Circulation of water in the body is carried out both via transcorporal and intracorporal cycles, the adjustable by mechanisms of water-salt metabolism regulation. Transcorporal cycle has a direct relationship with the environment, and the intracorporal cycle is an internal medium. Vital ions and organotrophic-obligate chemical elements in drinking water have a range of hygienic norms that is demonstrated on the example of magnesium.


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