Posts Tagged ‘Drinking Water’

You’re a Pro Athlete: How Much Water Should You Drink?

Most of our readers probably aren’t starting for the New England Patriots or spending their days training at a FIFA football pitch. But even if you’re not a professional athlete, any form of exercise takes its toll on your body. As the amount of exercise in your daily routine increases, so does your body’s demand […]

Afternoon Pick-Me-Up: Coffee or Water?

Okay, we know that you’re reading Pelican’s water blog, so you probably have a good idea of where we fall on this debate. But we also understand why so many workers turn to coffee throughout the day to keep them going: that burst of caffeine seems to wake you up, giving you the energy to […]

Where Does Your Bottled Water Really Come From?

Many brands of bottled water use carefully chosen names and visuals to evoke imagery of a babbling brook or crystal-clear spring deep in the untouched mountains of some faraway countryside. Believing that your bottled water came from such a pristine source can influence your experience and convince you that you’re drinking the best water available. […]

Is It Safe to Drink Water That Has Been Sitting Overnight?

A few years ago we delved into the science behind stale water that’s been in a glass overnight. No doubt you’ve woken up in the morning and downed a glass on a nearby end table or countertop, but often it doesn’t taste as “fresh” as it did when you poured it. The change in taste […]

The 7 Most Common Drinking Water Myths & Facts

Water is the most essential part of our lives. Every living being must consume a certain amount of water every day for basic bodily functions and to maintain optimal health. Plumbing and public drinking water utilities have been a part of our society for centuries, so it’s only logical that some misconceptions about drinking water […]