Water is the main component to all living substance. All vital biochemical and physiological processes in the body flow in water. It is an undisputed scientific fact that without food a person can sustain life for several weeks, but without water – only a few days.
The clean, fresh water, extracted from the depths of our lands has valuable importance for the human life – it stimulates metabolism and weight control, slows down the aging processes, maintains good health and is beneficial for the longevity of mental and physical abilities.
Water needs differ depending on gender, climate, muscular exertion, body mass, as well as a number of other factors. To maintain the water balance of the body, an adult should drink at least 1.5 – 2 l (7-8 glasses) of water, including other hydration beverages.
Insufficient consumption of water and fluids can be associated with a risk of impairment to the nervous system functions, thermoregulation, acid-base balance in the body. The aging processes are also accelerated.