Water cooler blogs

By BlogTeam on 4 August 2014
Dr Mehmet Oz is a famous heart surgeon that has become more renowned since he started appearing on the Oprah Winfrey Show and went on to host his own show.According to Dr Oz’s Hydration Handbook, virtually every system in the human body needs water to function optimally, and we all need to ensure that we drink water on a regular basis in order to...
By BlogTeam on 4 August 2014
The human body consists of around 70% water, which every cell in our body needs for it to function at its best. We are constantly losing water throughout the day due to sweating, breathing and various other means, so we need to constantly drink water to remain hydrated.Most of us know this by now, but not many individuals know the importance of...
By BlogTeam on 1 August 2014
When we think about the fact that the human body is around 60-70% water, it seems strange that even a 2% loss of that vital fluid in our body can affect our health quite adversely, but it can! If you have ever wondered how dehydration affects your energy levels, read on and be prepared to be surprised.According to Professor Lawrence E. Armstrong,...
By BlogTeam on 1 August 2014
The tap water vs. bottled water discussion is one that has proponents on both sides. Some say that tap water is not good these days and that bottled water is the best water to drink to remain hydrated; some say that bottled water is nothing other than hype and that there is nothing wrong with tap water.Sales of bottled water have taken off all...
By BlogTeam on 1 August 2014
What is the difference drinking coffee vs. drinking water? Can I drink coffee as part of my rehydration fluids? Is drinking coffee often during the day bad for me; do I HAVE to only drink water to replace my body fluids?Years ago some doctor or scientist decided that everyone MUST drink an average of eight 8oz glasses of water every day in order...
By BlogTeam on 1 August 2014
While we are being told daily that drinking water is good for us and we need to replace the water our bodies continuously lose due to breathing, urination and sweating, there is such a thing as drinking too much water.The human body is dependent on drinking water to ensure that every cell can do what it needs to do. The brain consists of 90% water...
By BlogTeam on 31 July 2014
Drinking water is important because the body is made up of between 70% and 80% water. We lose this water throughout the day via sweating, urination and breathing. We need to drink water in order to maintain this balance in our bodies so that we can operate at our best.The fact that water is the one thing that the human body cannot do without (we...
By BlogTeam on 31 July 2014
Staying hydrated while cycling is very important as one loses a lot of body water through sweat when doing continuous exercise. The longer you cycle for the more important it is to drink water in order to maintain an optimum level of hydration.Water-enriched blood carries nutrients and oxygen to your muscles and removes waste from them. It is...

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