From 15 to 17 June 2012, the Thermal Spa & Wellness Rogaska spa resort in Slovenia, one of the most well known by the Italians, will host the conference "Magnesium and mineral water Donat Mg Rogaska", organized by Antonio Capolongo, responsible marketing to Italy.
At the symposium, attended by experts of spa treatments, doctors and wellness professionals, such as Professor Umberto Solimene, Director of the Postgraduate School of Medicine
Thermal, University of Milan and the Secretary General World Federation of Hydroterapy and Climatotherapy.
Among the speakers, Anne Marie Jeanette Maier, Professor of General Pathology and Clinical Pathology at the University of Milan, Vincenzo Condemi (Biometeolab, University of Milan)
Emilio Minelli (Postgraduate School of Thermal Medicine, University of Milan), the engineer Gianni Gurnari (Benaquam) and the psychotherapist Francis Godparents.
A Rogaska mineral spring water flows more magnesium-rich in the world and the conference will present the benefits of this own thermal water only, which helps to improve metabolism and burn fat.
The water, at a depth between 280 and 600 feet deep, with the dissolution of the rocks, is enriched with minerals ((magnesium, calcium, sulfate, hydrogen) and other elements (CO2). A liter of Donat Mg contains 1040 milligrams of magnesium.
Compensating for the lack of magnesium, says hydrologist doctor, Umberto Solimene, Rogaska thermal water is suitable for diabetics.
Donat Mg is also excellent for weight loss and to fight stress.
Furthermore the properties of water Rogaska, allow to obtain a purification of the entire digestive tract equal, if not superior, to that of colonterapia.
The thermal baths of Rogaska, known and frequented by hundreds of years, have now become a veritable citadel of well-being, both from the point of view of tourism, thanks to the many wellness activities available in its hotels, which from medical point of view, thanks to modern and well-equipped medical center.
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