Stay hydrated during Ramadan

Stay hydrated during Ramadan
Avoid unhealthy fizzy drinks and make sure to consume plenty of water after you break your fast

Jeema is a trusted source for natural drinking water

Water is the most important fluid that replenish your thirst. Unfortunately, though, most of us do not drink enough but have only small amounts at IFTAR and then forget to drink water until the next day! 
Jeema, sourced from the natural springs of  Wadi Jeema in Hatta is among the few homegrown brands that bring the goodness of Arab Springs right to your doorstep. Low on sodium, and naturally rich in magnesium and calcium, Jeema water is a trusted source for natural drinking water. 
The company was set up in 1980. Since then, it has encouraged the judicious use of water. Time and again, Jeema has introduced products in the market that minimise wastage and promote sustainability. For instance, its PET bottles are environmentally friendly and come in various sizes to suit the needs of its customers. Its 200ml bottle is handy and snuggly fits into children's lunch bags. 
Jeema's quality is second to none and is certified by various bodies such as HACCP, ISO 9001-2008, Emirates Quality Mark and Global Award for Quality & Performance from Berlin, Germany. 
Here are few important tips to remember 
- 60 -70% of our body is made of water and any reduction in our water intake can affect our body's cells and nerves from functioning properly
- Water is absolutely essential to compensate its loss in our body
- Dehydration can lead to constipation, headache, dizziness, tiredness and dryness
- Water plays a significant role in weight loss and maintenance 
- Fluids, unlike water, contain sugar and can result in gaining extra calories
- Drinking too much of the flavoured sweetened juicy drinks and other soft drinks will fill up the stomach and delay digestion process
- Water helps to get rid of toxins and reduce the feeling of hunger
- Prevent getting thirsty during Ramadan by avoiding hot and spicy food
- Keep a low salt intake as salty foods increase body's need for water
- Eat fresh fruits and vegetables which are rich in fibre and water
- Prefer fresh fruit juices to sweetened juices
- Advisable to drink water at room temperature or slightly cold in moderate quantity between meals and not at once
- Drink at least eight to ten glasses of water a day during non-fasting period

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