Good Things Come To Those Who Hy­drate

It’s easy to stay hy­drated – even dur­ing a hot SA sum­mer – with THIRSTI’s range of wa­ter bot­tles

Women's Health (South Africa) - - BACK TO BASICS -

We all know how healthy it is to stay hy­drated through­out the day, but with our busy lives it can be dif­fi­cult to re­main dis­ci­plined and get in enough H20, es­pe­cially dur­ing sum­mer. Did you know that once you start to feel thirsty, you are al­ready de­hy­drated? There­fore you shouldn’t wait for thirst to take hold, rather keep a bot­tle of wa­ter with you at all times. This will also help to en­sure that you don’t ex­pe­ri­ence wa­ter in­tox­i­ca­tion (yup, it’s a real thing!) – our kid­neys can only deal with 800ml to a litre per hour, so it’s small sips FTW. With its slim-line 750ml bot­tle, THIRSTI wa­ter is the per­fect size to carry in your hand­bag or gym bag be­cause it means max­i­mum stor­age with min­i­mal bulk. The easy snap top is per­fect for quick sips on the run or in be­tween fam­ily beach games. THIRSTI wa­ter comes from a nat­u­ral spring in the North­ern Drak­ens­berg and has a pH of 8.9. This means it’s nat­u­rally al­ka­line, un­like un­fil­tered tap wa­ter that can be quite acidic. As an added bonus, THIRSTI bot­tles are BPAfree and re­cy­clable too. With so much plas­tic ma­te­rial be­ing pro­duced and then dumped, it has never been more im­por­tant to re­cy­cle. By re­cy­cling your THIRSTI wa­ter bot­tle and other re­cy­clable plas­tics, you can help con­serve the ad­di­tional 80 per­cent of en­ergy that’s typ­i­cally used when mak­ing new plas­tic prod­ucts. Win­ning!

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