Health Benefits

Water for life
We all know the signs of dehydration. Headaches, fatigue, dizziness, loss of concentration, and even short-term memory. Yet far too many people suffer from symptoms like this, simply because they're not drinking enough water - and certainly not the two litres that's the recommended daily allowance for the average adult.
We continually lose this amount of water or more through everyday activities, so it's essential to replace it to keep ourselves healthy. With the human body consisting of around 70% water, all our major organs need to be kept well hydrated to do their job properly - brain, heart, blood, skin, kidneys, liver, muscles and lungs.
Here are some facts. Water is the human body's most essential nutrient, and second only to oxygen in maintaining life. Our brains are made up of an amazing 85% water. Our hearts, 77%. Human blood is 92% water. 60% of hunger pains are not hunger at all, but dehydration. Concentration starts to drop with a water deficiency of only 1% or 2%.

Having just 4% to 5% less than the recommended daily amount of water can affect mental and physical performance by up to 30%.
With facts like these, having easy access to a regular supply of high quality water seems like a no-brainer, doesn't it?