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What is in tap water?

What is in tap water?

It is a question that we hear all of the time – what is in tap water? is tap water safe to drink? Although tap water is classified as ‘safe’ to drink there are a number of chemicals that are found in a glass of our tap water that have detrimental affects on your health. The chemicals and amounts vary depending on the area where you live. The following infographic shows you the commonly occurring chemicals that can be found in a glass of tap water.
The benefits of drinking water

The benefits of drinking water

The amount of water you consume everyday plays an important role in maintaining a healthy body. Experts recommend us drinking eight to 10 glasses of water each day to maintain good health.
The truth behind what is really lurking in our tap water

The truth behind what is really lurking in our tap water

While tap water is widely promoted as healthy drinking water, the truth is tap water contains many dangerous chemicals which may cause damage to our health. Here is a brief guide to some of the nasty chemicals and toxins that lurk in our tap water and why that are bad for our health.
General fluid intake guidance

General fluid intake guidance

What you need to drink depends on many factors including, what you have eaten, your health, age, the climate and any physical activity. The factors involved are too numerous to leave us with definitive guidance on the amount an individual should drink, but the general guidance that we found online is as follows
What would happen to your body if you did not drink enough water?

What would happen to your body if you did not drink enough water?

We have all experienced what it feels like when we do not drink enough water. We have groggy, hungry and typically just feel off. But did you know that not drinking enough water can affect your skin, eyes, weight, hair and nails, too? Staying hydrated is so important. Whether you drink warm water and lemon each morning or find other ways to drink more water, the facts below will likely motivate you to boost your hydration.
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