Nutrition

The Wonders Of Water


The Benefits Of Hydration


Keep that bottle topped up at all times! Discover exactly why having at least 2 litres of water a day will help boost your health in all kinds of ways, including improving those all-important everyday energy levels.   


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Weight Loss

 

Although hydration is not directly linked to weight loss, drinking water instead of soda or sugary beverages will not only quench your thirst, but it will help your body flush out the byproducts and toxins, minus the calories. Drinking a glass of water before meals can also help you eat less since thirst is often mistaken for hunger – perfect for those over-indulgers!


Skin Elasticity

 

Moist, supple and elastic – how else would you like your skin? Drinking over 2 litres per day reduces the risk of dry skin, including dermatitis, aging skin, and infection – much cheaper and accessible than those lotions and potions. Keep your skin looking young and glowing all year long.


Muscle Efficiency

 

Hydration is key for strong and energised muscles. Why? Because water aids the transportation of oxygen to your muscles, preparing them to power through your workouts. Consuming water also helps stave-off muscle cramps and lubricates the joints of the body as well, preventing muscle damage and fatigue.


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Immunity

 

Your secret weapon! Fight off illnesses, prevent headaches, joint pain, fatigue and lightheadedness with the power of H2o! Drinking plenty of water ensures your blood will carry plenty of oxygen to all the cells in your body, keeping you in tip top condition, all year-round. Simply sip back and relax.


Boost Brain Power

 

Scientifically proven to pack a punch when it comes to academic results, water is the go-to revision snack! Rehydrating your body after a night on the town is the perfect cure to a sore head, water refreshes, revitalizes and restarts your brain for the day ahead, a crucial part of a healthy, happy and energized life!


 

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Faye Reid

Faye Reid

Writer and expert

Faye has a MSc in Sport Physiology and Nutrition, and puts her passion into practice as goal attack for her netball team, and in competitive event riding. She enjoys a pun, and in her spare time loves dog walking and eating out.


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