Hydration

Water plays a far bigger role in your life than just quenching your thirst!

Staying Hydrated Protects Your Heart

Staying Hydrated Protects Your Heart

“Drink water! Drink more water!” You’ve heard this advice a few hundred times before, right? But you probably think of hydration in terms of preventing heat stroke, controlling your appetite, or promoting clear skin. All of these things are true, but did…

Read More November 11, 2019
How to Stay Hydrated During Exercise

How to Stay Hydrated During Exercise

In our blogs, we talk a lot about the importance of staying hydrated on a daily basis. But what about during exercise? Since working out places increased strain on your body, adequate hydration is even more important than ever. If you become…

Read More September 24, 2019
Dehydration Becomes More Dangerous for Seniors

Dehydration Becomes More Dangerous for Seniors

Dehydration is dangerous for everyone, leading to problems with blood pressure regulation, body temperature, urinary tract infections, confusion, weakness, headaches, and more. We all know that dehydration can even lead to death in severe cases, but luckily most of us feel thirsty…

Read More June 10, 2019
Cancer: What Does Your Water Have to Do With It?

Cancer: What Does Your Water Have to Do With It?

Back in the 1980s, when the Chernobyl disaster happened, teams of scientists studied the event, why it happened, and of course, the fallout. We all know that the tragedy led to devastating environmental damage and an explosion in cancer rates in the…

Read More October 19, 2018

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