Vakıf Taşdelen water, which presents the natural spring water in glass bottles from past to present, recommends drinking enough water to be healthy and fit. Water helps metabolism work properly, balances body heat, helps digestion. 60% of our body, 75% of our brain, 82% of our blood, almost 90% of our lungs are made of water.
Water is effective for the maintenance and protection of health by the elements inside. Water is necessary for the kidneys to function regularly and for the energy conversion of the food taken.
An average of 2-2.5 liters of water per day should be consumed to be healthy, energetic, to get rid of excess pills and have a perfect body, to digest foods, to keep young, to have a more elastic appearance of our skin.
Water Consumption in Pregnancy
Water consumption in pregnancy is very important for a healthy birth preparation of the baby and the mother, a healthy mother should consume 3 liters of water on average per day. In the first months of pregnancy, 74% of babies are water, this rate becomes 90% at the 6th month of pregnancy.
When the mother is dehydrated, it is important to remember that the baby is also dehydrated. In addition, mothers may have contraction problems and therefore premature birth risk. If the mothers consume water that is compatible with the sodium diet, the body collects less water, thus reducing the risk of edema formation in the body. We recommend that you consume water which is helpful for digestion and compatible with the sodium diet, and whose mineral structure is balanced.
Water Need of Breastfeeding Mother
Water accounts for 87% of mother's milk. Mother's milk is very important for the growth and development of our baby. Children with good breastfeeding period are resistant to many diseases as they have a strong immune system. We should pay attention to the water we use for the surplus of mother's milk, and we should not forget that the babies are directly influenced by their mothers' eatings and drinkings.
Water Need in Babies
According to adults, babies need 3 times more water. In the first few months, the baby compensates its water need with the mother's milk, and later water is also added to this. Babies are affected more than adults from the temperature, and discomforts such as diarrhea, vomiting and constipation are common.
If a soft water whose mineral structure is balanced is consumed, and the products are prepared with this kind of water, the kidneys of the babies who are in the development stage will not get tired, and the risks of constipation, wind problems will decrease. When preparing the foods of our babies, we need to make sure that the water we choose do not wear out the kidneys and make digestion difficult. The mother's milk PH value is 6.8.