This summer may not have been gloriously sunny, but it has been hot and muggy at times, which ought to have prompted everyone to stay hydrated.
Feeling a little run-down? Been drinking too many sunshine cocktails and indulging in holiday junk food? Well, water can play a great role in helping you detox and return to full health.
If you’re looking for ways to incorporate more water into your diet over the warmer months, some inspiration can always be useful.
If your office sickness record is looking pretty poor, a drive to improve staff health and well-being might be overdue! There are plenty of avenues to look at, and encouraging your employees to drink more water is one quick and easy way to improve energy levels, concentration, health and overall well-being.
It may be easy to keep hydrated at home, with the kettle in close reach, or in the office, with bottled water coolers in the canteen or kitchen. But how do you stay hydrated on the go, and why should you bother?
Sport has been ubiquitous this summer: with the Euros, Wimbledon, and now the Olympic Games receiving wall to wall coverage across newspapers, TV and the Internet.
Water cooler supplier Angel Springs helped support for the Total Warrior 10k charity event, on August 4, by donating 6,000 bottles of water for competitors to drink. Three Angel Springs employees took part in the event – which has been called ‘the toughest 10k on earth’.
Drinking water can have numerous health benefits: detoxifying the blood, keeping the body hydrated and helping skin look and feel healthy.
If you are dieting for a summer holiday, you are probably focussed on your food. But did you know that drinks can be the most damaging source of calories in your diet?
Most people know that they should be drinking water to remain as healthy as possible, but did you also know that water has beautifying properties that can keep you looking and feeling young?