Aw, swimming. It’s so nice to relax by the pool. The water is so fresh and clear, with the reflections of the summer sun bouncing off the ripples. I love this... sitting here by the pool with a refreshing, ice cold bottle of water. This water feels so good going down and tastes amazing. I’m thirsty—so thirsty… [Huh? Wha'?] Darn! Just a dream. That pool and summer sun felt so good... maybe I can go back back to sleep real quick. But... shoot... now I'm so thirsty. Ugh!
When experts talk about water, they often speak about the clarity of the water. Clarity is the depth sunlight reaches (usually in the context of an ocean or a stream), and it is of great aesthetic interest. While tiny bubbles in tap water can cause the water to be hazy temporarily, turbidity is cloudiness or haziness caused by light-reflecting particles in the water. It is also the key test of water quality. The less turbidity water has, the more healthful it is. In fact, too much turbidity can lead to gastrointestinal diseases. As we’ve discussed before, “ultra-pure” water can actually be bad for you, but on the opposite end of the scale, too many particles in your water can also be hazardous to your health.
“New and Improved!” “Superfood!” “Holistic!” “All Natural!”. You’ve heard it all before, buzzword after buzzword—the over-used, cliché phrases that marketers and companies alike use in hopes of attracting you to their products, sounding like a broken record. Unfortunately, they work. Use an effective enough buzzword and the product will sell like hotcakes! This is seen frequently with other water companies as they tout how pure their water is. Luckily, we are here to arm you with information about the buzzword “ultra-pure”.
Water is one of those things that makes you go "huh?" when you see the expiration date at the top of the bottle. Water doesn't really go bad does it? Why in the world would it need an expiration date?
The thing you really need to worry about when it comes to bottled water is the bottle itself. The plastic bottle is what actually expires, and this can really alter the flavor of the water it contains.
Hello, Eldorado here again with another great way to stay hydrated! We absolutely love water but we know that drinking so much water can be boring and bland. That’s why we have informed you in the past about ways to keep hydrated that doesn’t involve drinking an insane amount of water. From naturally flavoring your water with fruit (link), to dinner recipes that are hydrating and delicious (link), there are ways for everyone to be able to enjoy hydrating themselves. Another quick and easy way to keep hydrated is to eat foods that contain a high percentage of water.
We have said it many, many times: water is a very important element to life and it is recommended that we all drink a lot of it! One of the best ways to help make this task more attainable is to try some tasty infused water! It is known to help boost your metabolism and is often times packed with vitamins and antioxidants! It has close to no calories and is simple to make. All you need is some water (we are biased towards Eldorado Artesian Springs Water), your favorite combinations of fruits and vegetables, and a little bit of time to make sure the water is properly infused.
Do your vocal cords get fatigued when you sing? Do you get red and sore and uncomfortable? If this is the case you probably aren't hydrated properly! Singing is hard on your body, especially if you perform under hot stage lights and sweat a lot. Staying hydrated is the most important thing you can do as a singer, and here's why.
Water is the fundamental basis for all life on Earth. Nothing that exists here could survive without it. And a nice cool glass is pretty much universally enjoyed by everyone. But did you know that giving water to an infant could actually be fatal?