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During our time on this planet, there is one undeniable fact: we all need water. It goes without saying that we are the guardians of our water and handle it with care. Not only for our own health, but for nature as well.
Water is essential to life. In fact, your body is mostly water. About every 7 weeks, that water is renewed, mostly by what you drink. Each day, under normal conditions, the average adult naturally loses 2.5 to 3 liters of water. That water must be replaced. A person can live 40 days without food, but will not survive more than 2 or 3 days without water. That’s why it’s so important to hydrate properly. And that’s easier said than done! The composition of water differs from town to town, which means tap water differs from one place to another and may contain impurities which have unpleasant effects. Water, for example, can contain calcium and magnesium that make the water ‘hard’ and can cause aggressive limescale buildup in water-using appliances and fixtures. Hard water is also very unpleasant for your skin and hair. Calcium that builds up on your hair can weigh it down and dry it out.