Almost every week we read advice from doctors and nutritionists telling us how important it is to stay sufficiently hydrated, for the sake of both our wellbeing and our performance potential. It is recommended that every adult should drink 1.5 to 2.5 litres of water a day.
The main reasons why we need to drink enough water:
Mains water is the most stringently regulated nutritional substance in Switzerland.
It is subject to the extremely tight restrictions of the Swiss Ordinance on Foodstuffs.
Drinking mineral water is actually illogical from an environmental point of view: a great deal of energy is wasted in the process of supplying mineral water, from filling the bottles and packaging them right through to the countless transport routes it takes to deliver them – and this harms the environment. Considering these disadvantages, mineral water ought to offer something more than simple ’tap water‘. Yet, as a comparison carried out by the Foundation for Consumer Protection shows, for more than half of the brands on the market this is not the case.
'Drinking water is on a par with many mineral water brands'
O2 POWERWATER is drinking water enriched with oxygen. It contains approximately ten times the amount of oxygen found in normal water.
Our bodies need water on a daily basis. Doctors recommend a daily fluid intake of 1.5 to 2.5 litres of water.
Oxygenated water is stimulating, vitalising and refreshing, as well as boosting your sense of wellbeing. It is also perceived as having a harmonising effect.
Like spring water (which also usually has a higher oxygen content), oxygen-enriched water is considered to be invigorating, pleasant to drink and considerably fresher than normal water.
For more information about oxygenated water, see:
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Our devices enrich water with oxygen as it is tapped, so its high oxygen content is guaranteed –
unlike oxygenated water sold in bottles, which only retains a low oxygen content if it is kept for a long time or stored incorrectly (cold chain supply and storage in a dark place are essential).
Drinking water is the most stringently regulated nutritional substance in Switzerland. It is subjected to constant checks and is safe to drink without a second thought.
The quality of drinking water in Switzerland
Swiss Gas and Water Industry Association (SVGW)