Posted by Matt Stimpson on November 10th 2020 in Benefits of Water
Having easy access to a clean and hygienic water source is essential to our overall health and wellbeing. For that reason alone, more and more offices, public buildings and spaces, and even homes are using water dispensers to provide a convenient source of chilled or ambient water. But are water dispensers really good for your health?Waters dispensers = a healthy option
Our bodies are made up of approx. 60% water and the NHS recommends keeping that level topped up by drinking 6-8 glasses a day, helping you to keep a steady core body temperature, a healthy digestive system, and good circulation....
Posted by Peter Wheeler on February 26th 2020 in Benefits of Water
To help maintain good drinking habits and maintain your recommended 6-8 glasses of water per day, drinking the best tasting water possible can be a great help. To keep your water tasting as fresh as possible, using a filter is invaluable in removing any bad taste, but is drinking filtered water better for you?What Is In Unfiltered Tap Water?
While UK tap water is regularly checked to ensure that it is at a standard that is safe to drink, to achieve these standards UK tap water is processed with large amounts of potentially harmful chemicals, which may cause health problems if...
Posted by Will Vickery on November 5th 2019 in Benefits of Water
The rise of sparkling water over the last few years has seen the bottled water category of the beverage market now compete with the likes of fizzy bottled drinks. But what has made sparkling water so popular?What Is Sparkling Water?
Firstly what is sparkling water? Essentially, sparkling water (also called carbonated water) has had carbon dioxide dissolved into it. This process makes it fizzy, similar to a soda. The difference between the two being that sparkling water isn't mixed with various types of syrup for flavouring.
Sparkling water is different from both water and juice. Unlike water, it's carbonated. Unlike juice,...