It not only refreshes but also gives energy to act and has a positive effect on our skin. Which water to choose and in what quantities? Check it out!
Influence of water on organism
Human organism consists of 60-70% of water. Its content differs depending on age and gender, but everyone needs it to the same extent. First of all, it is necessary for metabolism, body temperature regulation, protection of organs, moisturising the skin, reducing wrinkles and improving concentration
How much water should I drink per day?
The body’s need for water depends on lifestyle. For infants it is about 0.9 l, for children aged 1-9 years about 1.4 l. For adults, between 2.0 and 2.5 l. It should be remembered that the fluids we need also include water supplied in the form of juices, tea, and also through food products. For the most part, our needs should be met by mineral water. Also pay attention to how the body loses water during the day. Especially during hot days, during illness or during workouts. Then it is even more important to provide the body with an adequate supply of fluids
Mineral or spring water?
The choice of water should be based on individual needs. You should take into account your lifestyle, illnesses and diet. Each water has a different composition and different mineral components. It is very important to read labels and choose a water that has properties appropriate for your diet. It is worth to pay attention to sodium, calcium or magnesium content. Properly selected water may be used for body supplementation
The advantage of spring waters is a limited content of ingredients which should be limited in a daily diet, therefore they may be used by most people. One should be careful in case of mineral water not to exceed the recommended dose of minerals
Mineral composition of spring waters
Composition of water varies and it is impossible to determine which water is the best for drinking. You should choose one that best suits your needs. Analyze your missing minerals, your diet and the condition you are currently in. For example, during pregnancy, it is recommended to consume spring water due to the presence of calcium and magnesium bicarbonates in it. In this case, it is not advisable to exceed a certain dose of minerals, so it will be a safe option.
High-mineralized waters, as well as low-mineralized waters, have their own benefits and are suitable for individuals. If you need to supplement your diet with magnesium and calcium, mineral water is a good choice. However, if you are looking for water that you can drink in larger quantities and that is also safe for pregnant women, you should choose spring water