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We believe that drinking water is the healthiest way to hydrate
Hydration for Health Young Researcher Award 2017, Call for Abstract Video and submission here :… https://t.co/xf6pRbv1Vg
Explore the role of hydration in kidney health with a research grant Application deadline : Oct 1st, 2017… https://t.co/4xYrwiHoXW
Great session, chairman, speakers and audience. Thank you for attending ! https://t.co/fAxYbJ6VUU
Dr Bankir, how much water to drink: intake of osmoles have to be taken into account, a target could be have urine o… https://t.co/Xe7b8yQBJI
Pr Clark comments on what is the adequate amount of water to be drunk. https://t.co/u7VzKMxENl
Q&A session with Pr Johnson and Dr Sanchez Lozada. https://t.co/My4zdzssrF
Water could be a simple and inexpensive therapeutic for our patients (Pr Johnson)
Dr Moist announces a new ISN-H4KH Fellowship at the Hydration & Health Dept at Danone Nutricia Research (France) https://t.co/lavOdMk0jO
How much water should you drink a day?
Worried about dehydration? Wondering how much you should drink every day?
The most recent official recommendation about water requirement,
as published by the European Food Safety Authority in 2010.
Dietary reference values for water
+ 300 mL/d
Men - 2500mL/d
Women - 2000mL/d
Boys - 2100mL/d
Girls - 1900mL/d
+ 600-700 mL/d
Total water adequate intake
(Food & fluids)
(Food & fluids)
Expert Working Group
Our Expert Working Group meet regularly to discuss the importance of healthy hydration and to develop strategies to encourage patients and the general public to adopt healthier hydration practices.
INSERM Unit 858, University of Toulouse, France
Watton-at-Stone, Hertfordshire / National Obesity Forum, UK
Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia
CHU de Caen, France
National Institute of Public Health, Cuernavaca, Mexico
University Professor, specialist in sports physiology and expert in hydration, Connecticut, USA