Science-Backed Benefits of Drinking Water

The human body is made up of approximately 60% water and so it is vital that we keep ourselves hydrated throughout the day. If that wasn’t enough, here are some of our favourite science-backed benefits of drinking water: Water helps to keep your body in a good, physical condition During exercise our body’s sweat to help keep our body temperature within the normal range, after all, you wouldn’t want to overheat. But sweating...

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The Key Facts about Hydration

Most importantly, hydration is key to survival and to keeping our bodies and skeletal structure in the best possible condition. Whilst not healthy to live on a minimal amount of food, the human body can cope far longer without food than without water. The more challenging climatic conditions are, the more you need hydration in some form to prevent both your organs and cells from ceasing, with drastic consequences. Going without...

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Reasons to drink water

Water is a nutrient that your body always needs. Whether you drink it or consume it in your food, it doesn’t matter – as long as you are getting enough hydration. With fluid loss occurring every second of the day by skin evaporation, urine, excretion and even breathing, those lost fluids must be replaced in order to keep you tip-top health. If your intake and output become imbalanced, you will start to...

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Drinking water in the Summer

No matter how much we try to convince ourselves that we love the four seasons of a British year, we have to be honest; the winter months are pretty grim. Sure, the festive season is fun, and it’s an excuse to hibernate by the fire by a while, but we tend to find ourselves waiting for the hotter months to arrive. The Great British Summer is a wonderful institution, and...

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