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How much water should I drink to be healthy?

How much water should I drink to be healthy?
For most people if they drink water when they feel thirsty it will be adequate. However you should check out a really great website with great information and really interesting hydration calculators.

Get really clever and be guided by your body with the urine calculator.

Water is a magic health food and we know that our bodies are made up of about 72% water so staying hydrated helps keep our bodies healthy.
Water helps distribute nutrients in our bodies, gets rid of waste, keeps your muscles going and your skin healthy.

Be very educated to avoid the damage caused by myths and drinks. Acid or sugar in drinks contributes to whole body problems.

Alert Lemons or Cider vinegar are not good for your teeth

Don't stress about whether you are a glass half-full or a glass half-empty person (or an engineer who recognises the glass isn't the right size!) that glass of drinking water is always great for your teeth.

Water is so good for your teeth

Revised: 14 February 2018

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Hawthorn Dental Care
At Hawthorn Dental Care, Stuart Cran, Cecily OShea and Chia-Hui Chang enjoy professionally delivering quality dental care to people of all ages, in a friendly caring environment.
Family orientated

Members 2018

Our Team

Dr Stuart Cran BDSc (Melb)
Dr Cecily O'Shea BDSc (Melb)
Dr Chia-Hui Chang BDSc (Melb)

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65 Linda Cres
Hawthorn VIC 3122 AU

03 9818 8011



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