Water cooler blogs

By BlogTeam on 30 June 2014
All over the world people are spending millions on bottled water because they either don’t like the taste of the tap water in their area or the tap water is not really fit for human consumption. Water companies and soft drink companies have become rich off of selling billions of little bottles of a liquid that is vital to human life and should be...
By BlogTeam on 30 June 2014
Vitamins are essential for maintaining good health and water is involved in virtually every function of the body, so surely vitamin water must be good for us?Many individuals hate swallowing pills because they taste bad, or have problems with the pills upsetting a delicate stomach. This would seem to make drinking vitamin water ideal as it solves...
By BlogTeam on 27 June 2014
Office water coolers are appliances that chill and dispense water continuously to a small to large amount of users 24/7. Businesses of all sizes have found that office water coolers are a great way to ensure that their staff and visitors have access to hygienic, great-tasting, chilled water whenever they feel the need to drink water. Types of...
By BlogTeam on 27 June 2014
Summer is the time that we kick off the heavy clothes, stow the scarves and don our sportsgear, feeling energised and ready to get down to some physical exercise.Exercising more, whether it is playing a game of football, taking a walk in the park or going to the gym, means that we are going to sweat more, losing bodily fluid as we do so. Sweating...
By BlogTeam on 27 June 2014
Researchers at Harvard University have presented evidence showing that replacing sugar-sweetened drinks with drinking water can help reduce the risk of Type 2 diabetes by seven per cent as well as helping to reduce weight.Professor Frank Hu, from the Harvard School of Public Health stated that: “There is convincing evidence that regular...
By BlogTeam on 26 June 2014
The other day I was standing at the office water cooler having a long, cool drink of crystal clear water, and somehow got to thinking about who actually invented the water cooler.Water coolers are so popular these days, especially office water coolers, that most of us just accept them as “part of the furniture” but who actually decided to put...
By BlogTeam on 26 June 2014
The human body is approximately 70% water, and according to the European Federation of Bottled Water (EFBW), water is vital for virtually every bodily function and plays a significant role in the formation of bodily fluids and cells.When we get hot we perspire or sweat, and this together with other ways that we lose water, such as urination,...
By BlogTeam on 25 June 2014
There are constant debates as to whether the water in London is good enough to drink or whether it is bad for your health. According to the authorities, the water in London is hygienic, clear, and good to drink, as it complies with all rules and regulations for drinking water as set out by the World Health Organisation and other water authorities...

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