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How much water do you need to drink from my water cooler Mooloolaba

Drinking water is healthy. Tap water is not healthy anymore, therefore filter. What kind of water to drink. In fact, it is vitally important. Moisture regulates your body temperature, transports food and waste products through your body and also helps your intestines absorb the nutrients. But how much water do you actually have to drink per day?

Moisture balance

In order to maintain the moisture balance and not to dry out, you need to drink enough water. Through your food you get moisture inside, on average 1 liter per day, but the most efficient method to maintain your fluid balance is drinking water. Often adults are advised to drink 1.5 to 2 liters of water from your water cooler Mooloolaba per day, for children 1 liter of water per day is usually sufficient. The formula of 0.03 x your body weight in kilos is also used as a guideline. Lemon juice in your water - super healthy. During illness, such as fever and / or diarrhea and when you play fanatically, it is wise to drink more water. During diarrhea and fanatic sports you lose more fluid, which logically needs to be supplemented. You also have a higher body temperature during fever, which increases the need for moisture.

Dehydration symptoms

The human body consists of approximately 60% of moisture. Among other things, by sweating, breathing and toilet-visit you lose fluid, about two liters of water a day. If you do not maintain the fluid balance, there is a chance that you will suffer from dehydration symptoms. Dry mouth, thirst, headache, nausea and muscle spasms can be symptoms of dehydration. Healthy drink water made from your own tap from your water cooler Mooloolaba. In the worst case you can even be in shock. Confusion is an indication of severe dehydration, because especially the brain cells are very sensitive to this.

Water poisoning

Your kidneys can process 0.7 to 1 liter of fluid per hour. If you drink too much water, your kidneys can not process this and water poisoning can occur. The result is an increased pressure in the skull, with nausea, headache, dizziness and / or disorientation as a possible consequence. In extreme cases, water poisoning can even lead to coma or death. Fun fact: research by the University of East London shows that drinking water has a positive influence on your reaction speed. A glass of water can accelerate your responsiveness in cognitive tasks by up to 14%. About Prestige Water.


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Water from your water cooler Mooloolaba with fruit and herbs: delicious fruit water recipes

Water with fruit is completely hot! It is tasty, cheap, healthy and incredibly thirst-quenching. And also a lot less boring than just water. Actually I should drink more water.

Soft drinks but also fruit drinks are very sugar and calorie rich. The alternative is coffee or tea, but as soon as there is caffeine in your drink, you can write the hydration of your body on your stomach: caffeine dries out your body completely. Tap water is not healthy anymore, therefore filter.

In short: if you want to drink healthy, hydrating drinks, it's best to make them yourself. Water from your water cooler Mooloolaba with fruit is the solution. And luckily that is very easy! I once posted my 10 best fruit water recipes. That became an outright hit last year. But sometimes I miss the so-called bite myself. I only think fruit water is fainting and to grab the gin and tonic immediately is not the intention I have learned from the gin and tonic craze, namely that adding herbs to drinks is very tasty. In the meantime, I almost always enrich my fruit water with herbs.

In this blog I share my tastiest water with fruit and herbal combinations, there is undoubtedly something that suits you! Great tasting water from your water cooler Mooloolaba. Fruit water.

Water with fruit and herbal recipes: the basis

Okay, fair is fair, recipes are actually not necessary at all, because you can mix all the ingredients that you like: fruit, vegetables, herbs, spices and edible flowers. What can you think of:

    Fruit: watermelon, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, berries, citrus fruit
    Vegetables: cucumber, fennel, carrot, celery
    Herbs: mint, rosemary, thyme, basil, coriander
    Spices: cinnamon sticks, vanilla sticks, cloves, cardamom, ginger, star anise, lemongrass
    Edible flowers: lavender, rose petals, citrus blossom, violets

Apple with cinnamon is a delicious flavor combination: fresh acid with full spicy.

    Slices a few slices of apple and crush it with a mortar for example to loosen the flavor
    Pour in water and 3 cinnamon sticks
    Leave in the fridge for a few hours so that the flavor can absorb well
    Serve with a few fresh apple slices because that just looks nicer


Blueberry lemon mint water

    Bruise a few blueberries considerably so that they easily give taste to the water
    Add a few sprigs of mint and some lemon slices
    Leave in the fridge for a few hours or rather an entire night
    Simply add some whole berries again with serving.

Blueberry lavender water

    blueberry-lavender-water This is my favorite flavor combination.
    Add a lot of crushed blueberries to water
    Add 5 to 8 lavender flowers (just pick them from your garden)
    Let stand for a few hours
    Serve with ice cubes for a wonderfully fresh summer drink! Did you know that you can also freeze blueberries or lavender in your ice cubes? Looks very nice!

Lemongrass mint water

    Lemongrass-Mint Water Lemongrass is very underexposed in the fruit waters. It gives a very spicy taste to fruit water.
    In combination with the fresh mint flavor you really put something special for your guests.
    Do you find the taste a bit too spicy? Then add a little bit of raw honey!
    Do you not like a lemongrass stalk instead of a spoon?

Citrus star anise water

    Citrus star anise water Star anise, as a spice also very underexposed in fruit waters.
    Let star anise steep in water overnight and you will get a surprisingly full taste.
    Moreover, star anise is very festive in your glass
    Crush citrus fruit such as (blood) orange or red grapefruit, add star anise and ice, and your fruit water is not inferior to a good gin and tonic. Also served very festively in a nice glass!

Cranberry star anise lime water

    Cranberry-star anise-lime-water Cranberries are not always readily available as fresh fruit, but for this I have discovered the frozen department of the supermarket! Always available throughout the year.
    Cranberries give fruit water a fresh and sour taste
    Combine it with star anise to make it a little milder and sweeter.
    Garnish with fresh slices of lime as a nice colorful contrast.

Grapefruit rosemary water

    Fruit water grapefruit rosemary I love red grapefruit. Fresh, slightly acidic, delicious.

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