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  • Can Water Help with Fibromyalgia

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    Water is not the answer to everything, but it does go a long way to helping in many of todays’ diseases and problems. To some extent, it is a magical potion, and should be treated with respect and gratitude, particularly in the UK where our own tap water is second to none. Fibromyalgia can be such a debilitating disease that

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  • The Key Facts about Hydration

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    Most importantly, hydration is key to survival and to keeping our bodies and skeletal structure in the best possible condition.

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  • Don’t throw rice water away – it prevents dehydration!

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    You may think we have lost our marbles – but honestly, rice water has some amazing health-giving properties. Yes, we mean the water that you have just cooked your rice in! Rice water, sometimes called Kanji in the Asian world is extremely beneficial for your body, but also for your skin and hair. It may sound strange to put that

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  • The Best Reasons to Drink Water

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    It is great to see the increasing amount of people carrying water bottles, whether going to or from work, at their desk or out in the sun.The amount of water you drink is based on your body weight and your level of activity, and even the conditions under which you work and play.

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  • Do you know your water from your ‘water’ !

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    Water is a lot more technical than we realise! It is governed by ‘The Codex Alimentarius’ – (bit of a tongue twister!), which is an internationally operated government practice for defining all the types of bottled water. The definitions are comprised of: Origin Composition Characteristics Consistency Protection Treatment Bet you never knew that! Human consumption of water is critical for

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  • All About Sodium and Hydration

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    Whilst our bodies need water, we also need sodium for maintaining healthy muscle content and also operative nerve function. Sodium is an electrolyte, which acts as a balancer for the fluid in both your blood and the cells that surround. Sodium is a vital agent, but like most other ‘balancers’ in our bodies, lack of, or excess can cause untold

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  • Nicola Sturgeon and Sky TV spearhead Deposit Return Scheme on plastic bottles

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    What happened to those wonderful clean-living days where landfills were not choc-a-block with plastic bottles and containers, and our streets, beaches, blue and green spaces were not littered with drink containers?

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  • Water and Fibre – Perfect Partners

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    The importance of water to the human body as a hydrant is common knowledge, but are you aware of just how key it can be to aid the digestion? Fibre, in particular, passes through the body’s tract significantly easier with the assistance of cool, refreshing H2O. The Bluffers Guide to Fibre This complex carbohydrate is not automatically broken down by

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