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We have all heard it before; water makes up 70% of our bodies. While there is no question that staying hydrated is vital to our existence, simply drinking lots of water while important, it not the only way to avoid dehydration. Maintaining a healthy water level can be more interesting than the flavourless liquid can provide.

One can add fruits such as strawberries or apples to add a little more essence of flavour. Hot lemon water is a great way to add that extra water while flushing out the bodies toxins and providing numerous health benefits. One can also drink electrolytes with water to increase the body’s essential mineral intake, with different types of sports drinks.

However, it is important to stay away from drinks that contain caffeine. Caffeine is a diuretic, which means that it increases the loss of fluids in the body. While caffeine is not all bad, one should insure a limited amount to stay hydrated.

Staying hydrated is especially important when doing strenuous tasks like exercise. A sport in all its forms including online pokies require an extra amount of hydration, and no one understands this better than professional players. Players are consistently drinking fluids and make fruits and vegetables that contain high water content a large part of their diet.

Even those who watch or bet on sports need to consider staying hydrated, as water contributes to better brain function. When playing Australian online casinos for real money or sports betting, having your mind fully functional is crucial.

Staying hydrated is beneficial to all, with an abundant number bodily functions reaching their optimal performance function. In order to be the best at whatever you do, consider drinking lots of water in new and fun ways.

Article posted on: 01 August 2014

The trend towards healthy eating and drinking means that more people are buying bottled water. We're mostly made of water. Water is life-giving and vital.

In the UK we now buy more than 2 billion litres a year. As we consume more water many people naturally want to know that the water they drink is free from unwanted additives; they want to identify the source of the water; and more and more Britons want to avoid unnecessary ‘food miles’.

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