11.06.2012

Remember to drink water!Healthy Hydration

Need an effective and easy way of reminding yourself  to stay hydrated? Own an Android phone? The ‘Drinking Water’ App can help you. It tracks your H2O needs (set to 8 glasses per day) and even has a built-in alarm to alert you.

05.06.2012

This independent research was commissioned by Nestlé Waters, in order to further understanding of the importance of proper hydration in children. These UK findings closely reflected recent research carried out in France and the USA as part of the same project, where 62.2% and 64% (respectively) of children arrived at school insufficiently hydrated.

13.03.2012

The results showed that mild dehydration had an adverse effect on mood as well as ability to concentrate in both men and women. Both were more likely to feel fatigued and to have diminished cognitive performance when mildly dehydrated, but overall women were more sensitive to dehydration than men.

08.02.2012

A New Year is the perfect time to start new routines, and many of the New Year’s resolutions involve trying to lead a healthier life. Choosing bottled water is the healthiest option.

07.02.2012

Around two thirds of French children aged between nine and eleven arrive at school insufficiently hydrated. The amount of fluids consumed at breakfast is not sufficient to maintanmaintain adequate hydration throughout the morning and additional fluid intake before lunchtime a therefore needed.

28.01.2012

Researchers found that teenagers were up to 50 per cent less likely to buy sugar sweetened beverages at stores if they found visible and clear caloric information on sugary beverages, specifically if it was expressed in terms of a physical activity equivalent, i.e. how much exercise it would take to burn off the calories consumed.

23.10.2011

This new policy represents an effort to combat obesity and heart disease, besides improving children nutrition.

21.10.2011

Have you ever been dying of thirst and someone said, "You know, you may have diabetes?"

06.10.2011

Research from cardiologists from the US found that water fasting can lower your risk of suffering coronary artery disease and diabetes.