Health benefits of seawater
HEALTH BENEFITS OF SEAWATER
- Promotes cellular nutrition.
- Aids in hygiene, improvement of scarring and skin regeneration.
- It helps maintain fluid and electrolyte balance, normal energy metabolism, and reduces tiredness and fatigue thanks to its high magnesium content. It also aids in normal nervous system performance and psychological function. Additionally, it promotes regular muscle performance and helps to maintain healthy bones and teeth.
- Combined with physical exercise, seawater helps stop the development of bone problems, such as bone and muscle pain, arthritis, and circulatory and post-operative problems.
- Restores homoeostasis by improving the self-regulatory system, thus helping to keep different elements of the body in balance.
- Helps improve respiration, especially in people suffering from asthma, severe cough, phlegm and other problems.
- Regulates the physiological pH by maintaining optimal levels of acids and hydration.
The Beneficial Properties of Seawater.
Seawater has countless health benefits. It stimulates our bodies and promotes a sense of general well-being thanks to its high concentration of minerals and other organic chemicals. Seawater is excellent at replenishing our bodies with minerals and trace elements. This helps us achieve proper enzyme function in our organs, both on a cellular and subcellular level, as we see, for example, with mitochondria performance.
The seawater in Quinton Medical products is characterised by being pure oceanic seawater which is rich in micronutrients. Noteworthy beneficial elements include magnesium, calcium, potassium, chromium, selenium, zinc, and more.
What are minerals and how do they benefit our health?
Minerals are essential nutrients for our bodies, they are as vital as our need for oxygen to stay alive. Only 5% of the human body is made up of mineral matter, which is essential for every physical and mental process as well as for general wellbeing. Minerals are highly important for maintaining every physiological process and they are also components of teeth, bones, tissue, blood, muscle and nerve cells.
Minerals act as catalysts for many different biological reactions inside of the human body. They are necessary for the transmission of messages through the nervous system, digestion and metabolism, as well as the processing of all the nutrients in our food. Vitamin absorption cannot happen properly without there being a correct balance of minerals. For example, calcium is needed for the use of vitamin C, magnesium for B vitamins, and trace elements like zinc for vitamin A and selenium for vitamin E absorption.
Minerals are necessary to prevent blood and tissue fluids from becoming too acidic or too alkaline. They allow other nutrients to pass through the bloodstream and help transport nutrients to the cells. Maintaining the correct concentration of minerals in our body is of vital importance for our health.
We should keep in mind that the human body needs different quantities of each mineral, and that every person has different needs according to age, gender, physiological state (i.e. pregnancy) and medical conditions.
Seawater contains minerals which are essential for health.
Minerals promote health, energy and vitality. Marine plasma is full of minerals which are essential to the human body, such as magnesium, calcium, and potassium, among others.
Our seawater is extracted from the planktonic vortex of the Bay of Biscay by following the original protocol of the French biologist and physiologist René Quinton. The seawater undergoes cold microfiltration to preserve all its properties, which are what provide us with a large number of bioavailable minerals.
Seawater and blood pressure.
Different studies have shown that seawater does not significantly affect blood pressure, which means it is suitable for people that suffer from hypertension. Similarly, thanks to its low-sodium content, it is recommended as a substitute for table salt.