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What is serum albumin?

Serum albumin and health

Optimal hydration

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Serum albumin

According to the peer-reviewed medical literature, a direct protective effect from the albumin molecule is suggested in a range of diseases including heart disease, stroke, cancer and cognitive impairment. After adjusting for other known risk factors, high serum albumin is independently and significantly associated with lower risk of inflammation, lower risk of cancer mortality and lower risk of mortality from all causes.

The following information pages were compiled for public health benefit. The pages explain that optimal hydration optimizes serum albumin concentrations which gives a foundation for the universal medical admonition to drink up to 6 to 8 glasses (1.5 to 2 liters) of water per day. Medical research results cited on these pages derive either from peer-reviewed medical literature published on the US National Institutes of Health database or from the World Health Organization (WHO) International Clinical Trial Register.


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A VERY SIGNIFICANT FINDING              

The consumption of 6 to 8 glasses (1.5 to 2 liters) of water per day (even water devoid of magnesium) significantly increases serum magnesium concentrations.  Increases in serum albumin concentrations are correlated positively and significantly to increases in serum magnesium concentrations.  That is, the consumption of water per se increases serum albumin concentrations and water that contains magnesium increases serum albumin to a greater extent. Serum albumin increases by up to 4 grams per liter over 12 weeks.

What is serum albumin?

Serum albumin and health

Optimal hydration

Medical literature

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