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The Importance Drinking Water Has On Your Body.

The Importance Drinking Water Has On Your Body.

Posted by Mark Duncan in Water Coolers Ireland 07 Jun 2017

The Importance Drinking Water Has On Your Body.


Drinking water gives us a much healthier complexion. Our body mass is between 50-70% water. As our skin is an organ that is made up of cells, skin cells, like any other cell in the body, are made up of water but without drinking water the organs will certainly not function at the desired level.


Drinking the right amount of water daily is essential for overall good health and drinking water will assist your body in circulation and digestion. We lose water in large quantities every day, which is especially relevant so it’s essential to replace this water. The Institute of Medicine determined that an adequate drinking water intake for men is about 3 litres a day. The average for women is about 2.2 litres daily.



Every day we lose water through urine, perspiration and breathing. It is vital to remember to replenish the body by drinking plenty of water. Additionally, You can consume foods that contain water like, tomato sauce, cucumber, mixed greens salad or chicken noodle soup. 


Finally, Glenpatrick were the first company to offer both bottled water coolers and mains fed water coolers in Ireland and we offer our customers a huge range of drinking water options. The GP Elite mainsfed and GP Select bottled versions are the most popular with Irish businesses. Glenpatrick supply natural mineral water which is Europe’s highest graded water . Furthermore, our water is drawn at the source from the limestone rocks of the Slievenamon Mountain range in County Tipperary. The result? nutrient rich natural mineral water that tastes as good as it is for your body.


The Glenpatrick blog can help our customers identify the best solution for their business or government department. For more information about how we can help with your drinking water needs you can either call us today on 01 452360 or email us through sales@glenpatrickwater.ie.


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