Water Cooler Cardwell

Drink great tasting water with Prestige Water Cooler Cardwell

Water Cooler Cardwell Bench Top     Bench Top Water Dispenser Cardwell: Water Dispenser Cardwell Bench Top


Water Cooler Cardwell Floor Standing     Floor Standing Water Dispenser Cardwell: Water Dispenser Cardwell Floor Standing


Water Cooler Cardwell Exclusive Stainless Steel     Exclusive Water Dispenser Cardwell: Water Dispenser Cardwell Exclusive Stainless Steel.


How much water do you need to drink to lose weight?

Drinking water and losing weight. When you want to lose weight, enough water is important. It causes you to get less quickly and hungry and it stimulates fat burning. For an average person, 1.5 liters of water drink a day is sufficient. If you want to lose weight, you can increase this to 2 to 4 liters of water. Instead of water you can also drink tea or eat vegetables and fruit. When you want to lose weight by drinking a lot, make sure you always have water with you.

Why drink water if you want to lose weight?

There are several reasons to drink water from your Water Cooler Cardwell if you want to lose weight:

  • When you drink water all day, you get less quickly thirsty. That ensures that you will get other drinks less quickly. This is advantageous when you want to lose weight, for example, soft drinks contain quite a lot of calories.
  • When you have thirst, your body can interpret this as hungry. Drinking enough water from your Water Cooler Cardwell causes less thirst and less chance of your body feeling hungry while you are not hungry.
  • In addition, the moisture in your body ensures that you constantly have a fuller feel than usual. This will make you less tired of eating.
  • Drinking water is necessary to keep fat burning on. Water is essential to transform food that you take into energy, but also to transform fat stored in your body into energy. In this way, water does not only cause you to get on, but also to lose weight.
  • Water causes waste to be disposed of in the body. When you burn stored fat, waste is released. They need your body. Sufficient water ensures that you do not poison yourself with this.

How much water should you drink if you want to lose weight?

Actually I should drink more water. For an average person, it is healthy to drink 1.5 to 2 liters of water from a Water Cooler Cardwell in one day. To get faster and healthier, you can increase the amount of water to 3 or 4 liters. When drinking so much water it is important to spread this well throughout the day. Too much water can cause a sodium deficiency, which is very unhealthy. Therefore, it is also advisable not to drink more than 4 liters a day; certainly not when you combine this with less food than you are used to.

Tea, vegetables and fruit instead of water

Not everybody loves drinking water. Fortunately, there are other ways to get a good deal of moisture. Fruit Water. When you want to lose weight, it's not advisable to drink a lot of soda or beer: they contain a lot of calories. However, you can drink tea or coffee instead of water. Tea is available in many different flavors. You should try to drink tea without sugar, or at least with as little sugar as possible. The same goes for coffee. Coffee without milk and sugar contains no calories. And there are more things you can drink if you want to lose weight. Vegetables and fruits also contain a lot of water and few calories. Instead of drinking water from your Water Cooler Cardwell, you can also eat vegetables and fruit. However, you need to consume a lot of vegetables and fruits to get 2 liters of moisture. This will turn out to be a combination of water and fruit and vegetables. Lemon juice in your water - super healthy.

Waste by drinking a lot of water: how do you do that?

Drinking a lot of water can be a proper task, as it's probably not something you're used to doing. As described above, you can replace water with tea and / or fruit and vegetables. But also with that you will probably not come to your intended amount of moisture. When you commit yourself to drinking a lot of water, it is wise to ensure that you have water within reach. When you go for a walk - for example, to school or work - you can bring plastic bottles of water that you fill immediately when they are empty. Also, it is recommended to have a bottle or a can of water on the table when you are going to eat. For the change you can do a slice of lemon in the water from your water cooler Cardwell.

Benchtop Water Cooler Cardwell
Floor Standing Water Cooler Cardwell
Exclusive Water Cooler Cardwell

5 healthy alternatives to water from your water cooler Cardwell

Drink one and a half liters a day? It will be a breeze thanks to these healthy thirst quenches!

1. Water with a taste

Let's start from the beginning. Water with a healthy taste such as from your water cooler Cardwell, is made in a jiffy and simply delicious. Fill a carafe with water, add a handful of crushed fresh herbs and spices such as mint or ginger, put it in the fridge overnight and tadaaa: the next morning you will have a wonderfully refreshing drink. Do you prefer something sweeter? Season the water with pieces of fruit such as pineapple, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries or pomegranate seeds. Or go decisively for fresh acid and fill a carafe with pieces of untreated lemon, lime and possibly some slices of orange that you just touch before you add water and ice cubes. Do you not have fresh fruit at home? You can also get started with frozen fruit! Of course you can also combine herbs and fruit. Strawberry and mint fit together beautifully and lemon and ginger also form a tasty duo. Water with minerals is better than just tap water. If you prefer a slightly more subtle flavor nuance, just add some wafer-thin slices of cucumber to the water. And of course you can also give your home-made water-with-a-flavor a colorful touch by adding a few edible and preferably organically grown flowers - which you may or may not have frozen in an ice cube beforehand. Enough possibilities, therefore, to conjure up a new and tasteful drink after summer day. And if you fall without inspiration, you can alternate between flat and sparkling water for extra variation.

2. Iced tea

Tea is praised for its beneficial qualities. Thanks to their high concentration of antioxidants, green and black tea, for example, would offer protection against heart disease and many herbal and fruit infusions are attributed to all sorts of medicinal properties. In addition, a cup of green or black tea contains on average only 30 mg of theine (caffeine) and herbal and fruit infusions are usually even completely theine-free, while one round of coffee quickly yields 75 mg of caffeine. In short, with a large pot of home-made tea in the fridge you always have a healthy portion of refreshment at hand. Our personal favorite? Make a large portion of strong mint tea and add some zest from an untreated lemon or other citrus. Allow to infuse for a few minutes, remove the zest and let the tea cool. Add some fresh lime juice, fresh mint leaves and possibly some honey and serve with ice cubes.

3. Fruit juices and smoothies

12 Ultimate water with fruit combinations. Agreed, line-friendly fruit juice is not certain. After all, it contains natural sugars, making the calorific value of pure unsweetened fruit juice almost identical to that of soft drinks: around 40 kcal per 100 ml. On the other hand, pure fruit juice is rich in vitamins and minerals. No reason, therefore, not to treat ourselves occasionally to a colorful juice or delicious smoothie. Moreover, the inspiration is literally ready to go: from apples, strawberries, berries and raspberries to cherries and mango, in the summer there is seasonal fruit in abundance. So become best friends with your juicer and experiment with it! Moreover, nothing prevents you from occasionally grabbing hold of the fruit basket. For example, how about an apple and beetroot juice? Mix fruit juice with filtered water from your water cooler Cardwell. Does it make sense to drink water after eating fruit. Or why not spin herbs such as mint or ginger through your smoothie. And of course you can also give all those goodies a healthy taste - without whipped cream or ice cream - by adding a dash of milk or yogurt.

4. Coconut water

If you like it a bit exotic, you can also opt for coconut water. Coconut water is extracted from the core of young green coconuts and, unlike coconut milk that is pressed from the flesh, contains no fat and relatively little sugar. For example, a brig of coconut water contains on average 20 kcal per 100 ml. More than water, but a lot less than fruit juice or soft drinks. Check the label carefully: some brands add extra sugar.

5. Gazpacho

During the summer months, many people resolutely remove soup from the menu. Sin! After all, fresh vegetable soup is packed with vitamins, minerals and fiber, and contains - if you opt for a defatted broth - hardly any calories. If you choose soup that contains at least 400 g of vegetables and a maximum of one cube of broth per liter, then one portion according to the active food triangle even corresponds to a full portion of vegetables. The way to fully enjoy this healthy thirst and hunger still on hot summer days too? Healthy water made from your own tap from a water cooler Cardwell.
Go for an ice cold served gazpacho! The nice thing is that you have even less work on a gazpacho than on a traditional soup: much more than mixing finely chopped vegetables with water, olive oil and the right herbs.

Read also: Benefits of drinking a glass of water on an empty stomach

Why is Filtered Water so Important?