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The benefits of drinking water are well noted. Adopt some of these tips to start drinking more water each day.
The great thing about the idea of eating your water is that it’s a no-brainer. Of course we should be eating more fruits and veggies, and of course that will influence multiple parts of our health and functioning.
Fresh, pure, premium, and safe are some of the words that come to mind when we think about bottled water. But the question remains: is bottled water really better than tap water? At first glance, it’s easy to assume so. But when we take a closer look, it turns out bottled water isn’t really all that it’s tapped out to be…
Natural gas gets a lot of press as being a clean energy solution, and in some ways that’s true. Natural gas vehicles, for example, emit far fewer emissions than traditional fossil fuel cars. The trouble with natural gas isn’t so much related to usage but to how we get that gas out of the ground in the first place.
Adequate water is important for daily life functions. Just how much water do we need, and what is it doing inside our bodies?
We’ve talked here before about the water crisis and how we take our supply of clean, safe drinking water for granted. This video from Charity: Water really hammers the point home.
The infrastructure that transports the water from reservoirs in the Catskills Mountains to the 8 billion NYC residents is in shambles and up to thirty percent of the treated water never reaches the residents.
It’s that time of the year when we not only have to concentrate on eating healthy, but on staying properly hydrated too. The summer heat can cause discomforting symptoms if regular and adequate fluids are not consumed.
Want to ditch the bottled water but aren’t sure where to find free sources of H20? Yeah, there’s an app for that.
We know that water is good for us, but we might not be able to put our fingers on why. Here are some details on water’s health benefits and how to work more water into your day!
With strawberry season coming up, it’s worth it to bring up that California has controversially approved methyl iodide – a rather nasty pesticide – for use. California grows a very large percentage on fruits and vegetables for the US, and strawberries are maybe one of the most noteworthy. Here’s why.
The Green Revolution of the 1960s led to a near tripling of global grain production and a doubling of the world’s irrigated area. It also, however, demanded vast quantities of water. Previous agricultural investments have focused narrowly on increasing crop yields, while there has been relatively little research and investment in ways to make better use of scarce water resources. Affordable innovations that boost agricultural development and meet the increasing demand on already-scarce water resources while also mitigating the impacts of climate change, are more important than ever.