Silicic acid is a chemical compound containing silicium as the primary component. Silicic acid is contained in many foods, such as grain, fruit and vegetables.
When the water is removed from true silicic acid, what one is left with meta silicic acid – this is the value specified on the label. With 72.3 mg/l, Gerolsteiner Sparkling and Gerolsteiner Medium contain a comparatively large amount of true silicic acid. The true silicic acid content of St. Gero Health Water is 47.3 mg/l, which translates to a specified amount of 37.2 mg/l of meta silicic acid on the label.
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