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The quality of water is important too. Among the population using “soft” water the mortality from CVD is higher that in regions with “hard” water. Though the main reason of water hardness are Ca and Mg, there is also the interactions of other elements, leading to “hard” water.

But in the question of CVD Mg is the most important factor, though it is often “losing factor” . The West diet recommends 10-15 mmol of Mg daily and as we need about 15 mmol daily, some part of it is taken from water. It can be one of the reasons of correlation between the content of Mg in soil and CVD.