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We all know that hydration is important- especially during the summer heat. Getting enough daily water is essential to helping you stay cool, hydrated and energized through the most gruesome summer heat waves. But drinking water is simple, and more importantly super effective. 

“To look at exactly what drinking more water does to your stomach, appetite and brain, researchers from the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior took MRIs of participants’ stomachs and brains after they had ingested either a small glass of water (about 2 fluid ounces) or a large glass of water (about 12 fluid ounces).”

“The MRI scans showed that the participants who drank more water doubled their stomach volumes and showed increased activity in the brain. But more importantly, the participants reported feeling fuller.”

“In other words, water helps to stave off hunger: The more you drink, the less room you have for consuming calories.”

Go here to read the whole article: – Science Behind Why Water Is Good For Your Body


Smart water is great because of its large bottle and added electrolytes. It keeps you replenished like Gatorade but without the calories or sugar. If you’ve never heard of it or never tried it, give it a shot! It’s delicious and you’ll love how much water you drink from it. 

“glaceau smartwater is made from British spring water which is vapour-distilled before electrolytes are added. It has a distinctive, crisp, clean taste and is produced and bottled in Morpeth, Northumberland.” – Smart Water

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