It is generally recommended to have 8–10 glasses of fluids a day. Claims require at least 90% water content.
Water is critical to life. Without it, you would only survive a few days. About two thirds of your body weight is water. Water transports nutrients around the body, eliminate waste products via the kidneys, regulates body temperature through sweating and reduces constipation. Even mild dehydration can lead to problems such as headaches, dizziness, tiredness or difficulty concentrating.
Veggies are cheapest and tastiest when they are considered ‘in season’—so it pays to keep an eye out at your local shop for what’s in abundance.