Water Dispensers Adelaide

Welcome to Water Dispensers Adelaide, your water filtration specialist

Hot and Cold water dispensers Adelaide with advanced Filtration bottle. All our models will have a filtration bottle installed so you can transform ordinary tap water into great tasting, clean, healthy, mineralized and alkaline drinking water. It dispenses cold water for refreshment and hot water for all your hot water drinks such as coffee and tea. It you do not want hot water simply switch of the hot water switch at the back and the hot water tap will dispense room temperature water.

Filtration, mineralizes, alkalinizes, cold water, hot water, room temperature water; ALL in one unit, water dispensers Adelaide. 

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Tip: Try drinking warm Lemon Water every morning

Drinking warm lemon water in the morning helps the digestion process for the day. Kick start the day with a healthy warm lemon water shot. There are several health benefits of lemon, it's digestive aid and liver cleanser and also has an immune boosting power. How to prepare your morning healthy drink:

Use filtered water, lukewarm (not hot). Then use a fresh squeeze lemon (1/2 lemon per day) and mix this with the water. Drink the warm lemon every morning before eating and before any exercise.

Give it a try, you do not have anything to lose!

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It seems like an eternal discussion: does pure water hydrate better than caffeinated drinks such as coffee and tea? Some health gurus claim that coffee and tea would dry you out and argue for drinking several liters of water a day. But what's true about this? We investigated!

Drinking coffee and tea

It is often said that caffeinated drinks would dry you out. However, no evidence for this has yet been found. It is true that by taking caffeine you separate more urine, but this does not outweigh the hydration benefits of the water in the drinks themselves. Another reason why coffee and tea are associated with dehydration is because of the dry mouth you get after drinking it. This is due to the tannins that these drinks contain. And although this substance gives a dry mouth - and with it the feeling of dehydration - no research has yet been found between drinking caffeinated beverages and dehydration. So it is only "a dry mouth." To hydrate your body you should drink more water from your water dispenser Adelaide.

Caffeinated drinks such as coffee and tea are not associated with dehydration. However, with other health problems such as upset stomach, increased heart rate and insomnia.

Too much coffee and tea does cause other health problems

But that does not mean that drinking coffee and tea all day long is healthy. A (high) coffee and tea consumption can cause other health problems, such as: stomach complaints, heartburn, restlessness, increased anxiety or nervousness, insomnia and an increased heartbeat. In that sense, it is certainly desirable to limit your coffee and tea consumption and to supplement the intake of water with water from your own water dispenser Adelaide!

Health problems with insufficient water

Every day you lose around 2.5 liters of fluid, because we sweat, pee, relieve and breathe. We therefore recommends drinking 1.5 to 2 liters of water every day. This is sufficient to - in addition to the water that you ingest through your diet - bring your moisture balance back up to the required level. A good moisture balance is important because the water in our body controls many physiological processes. For example, it is necessary for the absorption of nutrients, the removal of waste materials and for controlling body temperature. A shortage of water therefore leads to headache, dizziness and in the long run even muscle cramps. Healthy drink water from the water dispensers Adelaide. Filtered water or bottled water.

Coffee and calories

Coffee or tea with sugar and cappuccino contains a lot of calories. Water not at all, but of course also has a flatter taste. Really cold water or sparkling water do give you the feeling that you really drink something, but then something very healthy.

Water as an alternative

Is water healthy? Drinking water is a very sensible alternative if you want to keep your energy level under control. Coffee (and tea with sugar) causes an energy peak, followed by an inevitable trough that makes us inclined to take even more coffee. Water leaves the regulation of your energy level to your body so that you are not completely empty at the end of the day.

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What do you know about drinking water? Great tasting water from the water dispensers Adelaide

The body consists for a large part of water, namely about 75%. Actually I should drink more water. The water you drink is essential for the absorption of nutrients, the processing of waste, the overall physical and mental health, activities of the cells and all that is needed to stay alive. It is easier to live without food than without water. Fruit water.

How much water do you drink in a day? There are several rules for this:

  •     0.03 liters of water per kilogram body weight. That means for someone who weighs 70 kg a quantity of water of 2.1 liters.
  •     The number of times you go to the toilet to pee multiplied by 300 ml. In other words, when urinating 8 times, this means drinking 2.4 liters of water.
  •     Body weight x 0.44 divided by 10, from the famous fitness trainer Charles Poliquin. For someone of 75 kg this means 3.3 liters of water
  •     Other sources indicate drinking 1.5 to 2 liters of water per day
I drink about 2.5 to 3 liters of water per day with my weight of 75 kg. On a day when I am more active, exercise or the weather is warmer, I drink more water.

In addition to the amount of water you drink, drinking water before meals can greatly contribute to your health. Drinking 1 to 3 glasses of lukewarm warm water about 20 to 30 minutes before each meal means a true benefit for your body.

Perhaps unnecessarily: if you drink a cup of coffee, black tea or alcohol, it is necessary to drink at least 1 extra glass of water for each cup or glass. That is often forgotten unfortunately.

If you decide to drink more, make sure that you build it up slowly, otherwise it may be more difficult to keep it up. In addition, a body that is more dehydrated needs time to get used to the larger amounts of water. Allow yourself the time to integrate this adjustment into your body.

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