Scientifically ProvenEffectiveness of Donat Mg


A Well-Known Fact – Now Proven*

Donat MG has been known for generations for its beneficial effects on digestion. It has been used to treat constipation for over 400 years with no side effects. Knowledge of the positive effects of Donat Mg has been passed down through generations. In 2015, it was scientifically proven in a clinical study, conducted in accordance with rules and procedures that apply to clinical trials on medicinal products.

The study was conducted in Germany on participants with functional constipation, as defined by clinical parameters. During the six-week study, participants consumed 0.5 L of Donat Mg per day. The specific amount consumed in the morning and evening was left to the participants. Different methods were used to assess effectiveness: assessments of the weekly bowel movement frequency, stool consistency on the Bristol Stool Scale, surveys on the participant’s physical activity and general health, evaluations of effectiveness and tolerance by participants and researchers, food and drink diaries, and laboratory testing.

The results showed significant improvements in bowel function for the subjects who consumed Donat Mg. After six weeks, subjects who consumed Donat Mg experienced three times more frequent bowel movements than subjects from the control group. Likewise, the stool consistency saw a 50% improvement in subjects who consumed Donat Mg. During the study, more than 94% of participants and 97% of researchers made the assessment that Donat Mg was effective, well tolerated, and that it had improved their quality of life.

The results support the assumption that Donat Mg, as a mineral water rich in sulphate salts, can be used as a first-line treatment for people who experience irregular defecation or hard stools, as it facilitates normal bowel movements.

* Safety and effectiveness assessment of Donat Mg natural mineral water with regard to bowel function; randomised, placebo-controlled, double-blind clinical trial – the data has been published in the European Journal of Nutrition;

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