The Jar Digest: Water Trends 2022
When it comes to hydration - it's a natural reflex to become a little more thirsty. Why?
Because to maintain temperature, remove waste, and lubricate joints every cell, tissue, and organ in our body needs water.
Up to 60% of the human adult body is water. The brain and heart are composed of 73% water, and the lungs are about 83% water. The skin contains 64% water, muscles and kidneys are 79%, and even the bones are watery: 31%.
That means that we literally depend on it to survive. And to make your 2 litres per day a pleasurable, fun or at least a more nutrient-dense experience, The Jar Healthy Vending is presenting you the wonders of water consumption in 2022.
But we can't begin without The Jar Vault, of course. Our selection of vitamin- or herb- infused waters like No.1 Botanicals with any herb that comes to mind from mint to rosemary and verbena or Aqua Esse that smoothly balances your Magnesium, detox options like PRESS Water+ with activated charcoal, sparkling and still variations - all that will keep you entertained in a different way daily.
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Now let's see what other trends are out there. For those who find water a boring drink - this might change your mind.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey drinks "salt juice," a mixture of lemon, salt and water every day.
On top of daily intermittent fasting, Jack Dorsey drinks a mixture of water, Himalayan salt and lemon every morning. Apparently, this drink is even available at Twitter offices around the world too. (Take a note, The Jar Healthy Vending can easily help with that).
The science behind it is easy - most people don't need to consume extra salt to stay healthy and get plenty of the nutrient from the foods they eat and drink daily.
If you are on a regular diet - this hack is not as useful, because you most probably get the quarter-teaspoon or 500 mg of salt daily for all your basic biological needs. But if you're fasting or severely limiting your food intake like Dorsey, a lemon and salt drink could help you maintain the body's physiological functions, like controlling blood volume and flow and maintaining nerve and muscle function.
A number one latest wellness trend from TikTok.
Chlorophyll in supplement or liquid form contains chlorophyllin, a semisynthetic, water-soluble version of the ingredient, which supports immune system function and enhances the liver’s natural ability to remove toxins and waste from the body. Chlorophyll, one of nature’s most powerful nutrients, can provide energy from the sun in the concentrated form to our bodies. Chlorophyll may enhance our energy levels and amplify our state of general well-being.
Latest trend according to the Whole Foods - fizzy drinks like cola but infused with prebiotics instead.
Bubbly beverages haven't been known for boosting health - at best there's kombucha, at worst, sugary soda - but there's another category emerging. Functional fizz drinks are infused with prebiotics to benefit gut health and boost immunity and heart health - so finally it is safe to order bubbles on the side.
Victoria's Secret models seem to love it already. Backstage at the VS Fashion Show, the Angels were sipping probiotic water just before the runway. Apparently, more than 450 bottles of raspberry flavour were consumed and this is 900 billion CFUs of backstage bacteria.
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