Fruit Slush

Did you know that mild dehydration may occur when you lose as little as 1% of your body water, such as through sweating or missing a morning drink? Even losing such a small amount of water can cause tiredness, headaches, and dry skin. Teachers should be aware of research that shows that losing 2% of body water can reduce cognitive performance, especially in children. Luckily, our bodies have built-in mechanisms to make sure we stay

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Children Meal Water

Children and teenagers are likely to become dehydrated as we head into summer as they spend time outside and participate in sports and playground games. Many just simply forget to drink whereas others are just too busy! Add to this that many children choose not to drink water - the natural option - claiming that they don’t like the taste. This could be because there are so many alternatives available, which are just too tempting.

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Children School Water

Did you know that our brains and heart are made of up of 70% water? If our children are going to have the energy and mental capacity to learn, keeping them hydrated is an important consideration. As parents and teachers are more than aware, children and teenagers often forget to drink and when they do think about drinking, regularly choose carbonated options. Not only do children need reminding that drinking is important, they need to

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