Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Slimming Water from France

(Photo from BestBuyWorld)

Drinking lots of water is an essential factor in achieving beauty from head to toe, inside and out. However the drinks we take every day contain a lot of calories. If you take 7000kcal, you will gain 1kg weight. However, if you add Contrex Natural Mineral Water to your regular diet, it may help you maintain your ideal weight and even lose weight!

So what is Contrex Natural Mineral Water? It's actually a type of hard water that has no calories and high in minerals (mainly calcium and magnesium ions. The hardness can be calculated with its amount of calcium and magnesium. The hardness of Contrex is 1551 thus categorized as "Very Hard Water", as compared to "Moderately Hard Water" of only 300 hardness. The source of Contrex is located in Contrexéville, in French département of Vosges, and was discovered by Dr. Bagard, the first doctor of Louis XV. With its high content of Calcium and Magnesium, Contrex is very popular in Europe, as a “Slimming Partner”. These days, many people are concerned about their health and weight, so models start drinking Contrex and it has also become widely popular in Japan. Contrex has become synonymous with a diet method for people of all ages.

Drinking hard water helps your diet in such way that it...
  • Improves energy levels
  • Suppresses the appetite
  • Release stress (Calcium)
  • Eliminates toxins and other wastes from the body
  • Helps body metabolize fat

Contrex is apparently a good source of Natural Calcium too. It helps replenish the body with nutrients like calcium that may be lost while dieting. We all know that calcium is vital for healthy bones and teeth, and helps slow down the rate of bone loss as we age (and decreases the risk of bone fracture). Calcium also plays a role in nerve function and muscle contraction, and apparently it helps the metabolism as well. Drinking a 1-Liter bottle of Contrex provides nearly half of the recommended daily intake of calcium.

Contrex Mineral Water from France can be bought online @ BestBuyWorld and Gmarket Singapore. I've never saw one before at local supermarts. I wish they could bring them in for the benefits of consumers.