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The Benefits of Fruit Infused Water

There is so much variety when it comes to the fruits you can infuse water with. These options all taste great on their own, but mixing and matching is even healthier and prevents overused flavours from becoming boring. Some of the health benefits of infused water are specific to certain fruits, but some benefits are more common. Knowing the wonders and works of each fruit can help you decide what type of drink to make—especially if you’re battling a certain ailment or trying to achieve a health-related goal.

​Should You Drink Distilled Water?

You may have asked yourself “is it safe to drink distilled water?” The answer is yes. Distilled water is safe to drink, but does that mean it’s the most beneficial water available to us? We’re about to find out.

How to Encourage Your Child to Drink Water at School

This summer has been amazing, and no, it’s not over yet, but we have officially entered ‘back to school’ season. Tons of parents are about to try to complete a seemingly endless list of school supplies. Maybe you’re one of those moms or dads, but it’s not just a heavy shopping list that’s approaching. You’re only a few weeks away from packing school lunches once again, and trying to get your kids to eat everything you send their way. But it’s not just food you should be focused on.

Unique Water Activities for Children

With summer halfway over, and weather temperatures at their annual high, there’s no better time to talk about how you can “beat the heat” with your kids. A great way to stay cool and have fun is with water. Not only is water an inexpensive resource, but its easy to use creatively and children really do love it! Here are 5 unique water activities you and your kids can do this summer:


​Signs of Dehydration

There are many ways you can become dehydrated. Illness and blood loss are extreme examples, but the most common cause of dehydration is the failure to replace the water lost by our bodies. We lose water through sweat, urination, and even breathing. Exercise quickly depletes our bodies of water, as does walking outside on a hot day, or living in a warm climate. Any consumption of coffee or alcohol—even if moderate—also dehydrates our bodies, as these beverages are diuretics