Do you drink ‘plenty’ of water every day, as NHS guidelines suggest we all should? Or do you forget, and find it’s the end of the day and all you’ve consumed is coffee and tea? If you are in the latter camp, you’re not alone. At least a third of Britons claim not to drink ANY plain water, on a daily basis, according to a recent survey. Not a drop. One third of Britons claim they do not drink any plain water on a daily basis while one in five said they hadn’t had a class of water for a whole week – relying instead on squash and other beverages Fortunately for Britons, they do not have to worry about accessing a supply of fresh water, unlike these children in Rafah, on the southern Gaza Stip who use public stand pipes And one in five said they hadn’t had a glass of water for a whole week, preferring to drink squash and other beverages. The body, as it is often stated, is mostly water. We need to keep hydrated for just about every bit of us to function. And without drinking water, we would die, probably within a few days…. Read full this story
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