The World Health Organization "WHO" states that about 70% of the global population is magnesium deficient. 


study done by the U.S. government reveals that 68% of Americans consume below the recommended amount of magnesium.  In fact, 19% of Americans consume less than half the RDI of magnesium.  Magnesium activates over 350 biochemical processes in the body.


One liter of California MAGnificent™ has 97 to 110 mg of magnesium and provides about 25%-30% of the Recommended Daily Amount "RDA" of magnesium, which is; For adults 19-51+ years is 400-420 mg daily for men and 310-320 mg for women.  Pregnant women require approximately 350-360 mg daily and lactation, 310-320 mg. 



There are studies from throughout the world that identify alkaline as being beneficial to health.   


One of these studies in Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology found that drinking alkaline water might be worth further study found that alkaline water with 8.8 pH stops an enzyme that is connected to acid reflux decease.  It also appeared to reduce the acidity of the stomach contents.  Their conclusions; "Unlike conventional drinking water, pH 8.8 alkaline water instantly denatures pepsin, rendering it permanently inactive.  In addition, it has good acid-buffering capacity.  Thus, consumption of alkaline water may have therapeutic benefits for patients with reflux decease."

lowest sodium premium water


You’ve probably heard that most Americans eat too much sodium and is  loaded in processed foods and that is why the FDA is working with the food industry to reduce sodium across a wide variety of foods. 


Your body only needs a small amount of sodium to work properly, but too much sodium can be bad for your health. According to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, diets higher in sodium are associated with an increased risk of developing high blood pressure and is a major cause of stroke & heart decease.


California MAGnificent™ only has 5.6 mg of sodium per liter.  That is 81% less than the highest selling mineral water in the U.S. and 19% less than the second highest selling mineral water in the U.S.  See "Comparison Chart" for sodium content.