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11th Hydration for Health Annual Scientific Conference, Evian, June 2019
This 11th edition, held on June 25th – 26th gathered over 200 hydrationists worldwide...
Hydration and Kidney Health
A positive link between increased water intake and the reduction in kidney stone recurrence
Hydration and Urinary Tract Infections
How an increased water intake can reduce the recurrence of urinary tract infections
ACSM Annual Meeting 2019, May 28th - June 1st, Orlando, USA
The role of hydration and physical activity in cognitive performance in children and adults
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 total water adequate intake
Infants0-6 months 680 ml/d (Through milk) 6-12 months 800-1000 ml/d
Children1-2 years 1100-1200 ml/d 2-3 years 1300 ml/d 4-8 years 1600 ml/d
Pre-teenager9-13 years Boys: 2100 ml/d Girls: 1900 ml/d
Teenager14 years > Boys: 2500 ml/d Girls: 2000 ml/d
AdultsMen 2500 ml/d Women 2000 ml/d
Pregnant women+ 300 ml/d vs adults
Lactating women+ 600-700 ml/d vs adults
ElderlySame as adults
Discover the Liq.In7 Interactive Map
The Hydration for Health Initiative presents the Liq.In7 Interactive Map to access online statistics from the Liq.In7 database.See more
Hydration for Health Academy
Dive into the multidisciplinary topic of hydration and increase your knowledge on the impact of water on health.See more
10 Years of Hydration Science
Let's go back on these last ten years, ten years of hydration science with those who made it happen.