Water helps nearly every
part of the human body function efficiently. Considering
that our bodies are almost two-thirds water, it is
important to understand water's role in healthy
lifestyles. The following are just some of the things
water does in the body:
Brain is 75% water /
Moderate dehydration can cause headaches and
Water is required
and oxygen to all cells in the body
Blood is 92% water
Moistens oxygen for
cushions vital organs
Helps to convert
food into energy
Helps body absorb
Bones are 22% water
Muscles are 75%
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Emerald Springs new self serve bottles.
We thought you might want a closer look
inside the process Emerald Springs uses to
bottle and purify your water.
There has been some misconception that bottled water companies
merely put a cap on tap water and serve it to the public. But
with Emerald Springs it's simply not the case and far from it. You'll
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Nutrition Information Center at The Rockefeller
University offers the following tips for maintaining
least eight 8-ounce servings of water each day. The
more active you are, the more water you need to
replenish lost fluids.
wait until youíre thirsty to drink water. By the
time you feel thirsty, you have probably already
lost two or more cups of your total body water
plenty of water throughout the day. Convenience is a
must, so carry a bottle of water with you as you
commute to work, run errands or enjoy a day at the
beach. While at work, keep a bottle of water on your
desk, or visit the office water cooler and take a
water break rather than a coffee break.
substitute beverages with alcohol or caffeine for
water. Caffeine and alcohol act as diuretic
beverages and can cause you to lose water through
start exercising, drink water throughout your
workout. Keep a bottle of water with you and take
frequent water breaks.
underestimate the amount of fluids lost from
perspiration. Following a workout, you need to drink
two cups of water for each pound lost.
and end your day with water. Your body loses water
while you sleep, so drink a serving before bed and
again when you wake up.
colds and the flu frequently lead to dehydration.
Keep a large bottle of water next to your bed so you
can sip it throughout the day without having to get
water Ė not carbonated beverages or sports drinks Ė
is the best fluid for keeping hydrated when itís
warm outside. Cool water is absorbed much more
quickly than warm fluids and may help to cool off
your overheated body. If youíre going to be away
from home or outdoors, make sure you keep a bottle
of water close by.
sure your children drink enough water. Children need
water to balance their intake of other beverages Ė
especially during activities. Packing bottled water
in a childís lunch instead of juice or regular soda
can also help prevent childhood obesity.
Emerald Springs Bottled Water INC -
P.O. Box 2231 Newport, OR
97365 1-866-574-6922 Fax: (541) 563-7422