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Hydration Excellence: Unveiling Quality and Vital Minerals in Bottled Water
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Water stands as a vital element crucial for life, particularly in supporting the body's metabolic functions. Its significance is evident in various ways:

  • Providing a cooling effect to the body.
  • Transporting essential nutrients and oxygen to all cells.
  • Facilitating the elimination of unnecessary body waste through feces, urine, and sweat.
  • Serving as a medium for biochemical processes.
  • Acting as a crucial cushion for body joints.

Given water's paramount role in human life, consuming high-quality water that meets health standards is imperative. BMC Drinking Water originates from the natural mountain springs of Lembang, Bandung. This pristine source ensures superior quality and essential mineral content, catering to the body's requirements for optimal health.

Core Value of BMC Bottled Water.

BMC is committed to providing bottled water with the highest quality standards. Starting from selecting clean water sources to the packaging stage, every step is taken with precision to ensure exceptional product quality.

We emphasize extensive precision in every stage of bottled water production. Utilizing advanced technology and strict monitoring, we ensure that every bottle of water we produce symbolizes unmatched cleanliness and freshness.

BMC not only focuses on high-quality standards but also on the aspects of health and customer satisfaction. Every bottle of bottled water we offer is a manifestation of our commitment to providing high-quality, safe products that meet the expectations of our consumers.

Optimizing Health: Understanding the Vital Benefits of Essential Minerals in Daily Intake

  1. Calcium: The recommended intake of calcium varies between 1000 to 1300 milligrams per day, depending on age and gender. Generally, for adults under 50 years, it's recommended to consume around 1000 milligrams per day, while for women over 50 or post-menopausal, the recommendation increases to around 1200-1300 milligrams per day.
  2. Magnesium: The recommended daily intake of magnesium ranges from 300 to 400 milligrams for adults. However, this recommendation may vary based on factors such as age and gender.
  3. Potassium: The daily requirement of potassium ranges from 3500 to 4700 milligrams for adults, depending on factors such as age and health conditions.
  4. Iron: The recommended intake of iron differs for men and women. Adult men usually require about 8 milligrams of iron per day, while women of childbearing age need around 18 milligrams per day.
  5. Selenium: The recommended daily intake for selenium ranges from 55 to 70 micrograms, depending on individual factors.

It's important to note that individual mineral needs may vary based on age, gender, health conditions, and other factors. It's always advisable to consult with a healthcare professional or a nutritionist to determine your specific needs.

Ensuring Quality and Purity: BMC Drinking Water Process and Standards

BMC Drinking Water undergoes cutting-edge filtration and disinfection processes using Ultraviolet and ozoneation technologies. Our stringent quality control measures oversee every production stage, from raw water materials to the final product, including extensive laboratory tests. This ensures that our drinking water meets the highest quality standards and contains essential minerals for a refreshing and naturally invigorating taste.

Essential Mineral Content in Drinking Water: A Comprehensive Guide


Mineral Content

Calcium (Ca)
Magnesium (Mg)
Potassium (K)
Bicarbonate (HC03)
Sodium (Na)
Sulfate (S04)
Chloride (CI)



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