The benefits of water from the Alps

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You have decided to treat yourself to a short stay at hotel du Jeu de Paume in Chamonix to start a detox programme. Indoor pool, long walks, and water from Courmayeur. It springs from a few miles away from here and is known for its slimming action!

Water that crosses the Alps

Courmayeur natural mineral water springs at the foot of Mont Blanc, the highest peak in Europe. Its source is located at 1,224 metres above sea level in a protected and majestic place. Courmayeur water arose from a single site, in the heart of the 
Aosta Valley.
 Rare and rich in mineral salts, it has benefited from its slow and winding journey to take on all the benefits of land of the Alps. Courmayeur Water crosses through thick layers of gravel and thus acquires valuable minerals and trace elements such as calcium and magnesium. When you drink it, it speeds up diuresis and helps eliminate toxins. 

A label to the glory of the Italian Renaissance

And yes, it is one of the greatest Italian masterpieces that Boticelli signed which decorates the one litre bottles of Courmayeur water. It is the Birth of Venus which dates from 1485. Remember that in terms of mythology, the scenes where Venus appears are almost always related to seduction, to pleasure and to youth. Botticelli’s Venus is exhibited at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy.

 Pool and jacuzzi at the hotel du Jeu de Paume in Chamonix

After your visit to the charming village of Courmayeur, between the reasoned and reasonable Italian architecture and gastronomy – how to resist the cold meat specialities, the polenta and cheeses from the region??? – you are now back to the Jeu de Paume hotel in Chamonix. A few lengths of the pool to eliminate the excesses, a little dip in the jacuzzi, and you fall into the arms of Morpheus, after a last drink of water. If you wish to continue your efforts on your return home, it is possible. The Courmayeur brand has developed a network of coaching professionals to help you achieve your weight loss in your city! 

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