Benefits of Tropical Blue Natural Spring Water

The best way to keep hydrated.

The human body is 50%-75% water, depending on a person's age (children are made of more water while elderly people are made of a bit less). Sure, you've probably heard something like that since grade school, but think about it. It's pretty staggering. And it goes a long way towards explaining why water is so important to us mostly-liquid beings. In general, if we should lose more 3% of our water content, we become dehydrated. If we lose 20% of our water content we won't just dry up like a piece of Melba ® toast, we'll probably cease to exist.

Drinking water is the best way to keep well hydrated and helps maintain concentration and alertness in adults. Drinking refreshing Tropical Blue Natural Sping Water is a great way to stay properly hydrated. Tropical Blue Natural Sping Water has zero calories and offers a crisp, clean taste with all the benefits of proper hydration.
Subtle changes really do add up to significant benefits for a healthy lifestyle.
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Small changes. Big benefits for your lifestyle.

Now that you're armed with some more useful information about water, perhaps you'd like to incorporate spring water into a healthier lifestyle. You certainly don't need to completely revamp your entire diet or daily routine. By simply replacing one high-calorie soft drink per day with water you can trim approximately 50,000 calories and 65 cups of sugar per year from your or your child's diet.

You also might be thinking that diet, one-calorie or no-calorie soft drinks serve as a good replacement for high-calorie beverages. Don't be so sure. Recent research suggests that sweet low-calorie beverages, while not containing a significant number of calories themselves, may help actually stimulate appetite and cause weight gain*. In addition, there is also concern and controversy about high consumption of ingredients like phosphoric acid.


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