EU States Water Doesn’t Prevent Lack of fluids

 

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He said: “The EU is saying that this does not reduce the risk of dehydration and that is correct. “This claim is trying to imply that there is. But perhaps the most insane ruling was one that came down about five years ago: The European Union claimed that water did not prevent dehydration. They ruled in 2011 that bottled water manufacturers were forbidden by law – under penalty of prison time – from stating that water prevents dehydration.

Advertisement story continues below. EU Says Water Does Not Prevent Dehydration Dehydration is a bad thing. It can lead to decreased blood pressure, dizziness and if very severe, death. Water, after all, makes up two-thirds of the human body and is essential for digestion, lubricating joints and other functions.

Here’s an example of a ridiculous one from said unelected bureaucracy in Brussels. The EU passed a ban on water bottle companies from saying that water prevents dehydration. EU officials concluded that, following a three-year investigation, there was no evidence to prove the previously undisputed fact.

The EU has not said that water isn’t healthy, and it’s ruling on the vexatious claim that bottled water can prevent dehydration is perfectly sensible. After three years of scientific research, extensive correspondence, and a meeting of 21 top scientists paid by the European Union, the decision was that water actually doesn’t help preventing dehydration. There is no scientific evidence for such a claim.

It does not matter. Water is required to prevent dehydration. No other substance can do so. Electrolytes are essential but the lack of them does not lead to dehydration but to an electrolyte imbalance.

Drinking water does not ease dehydration, the European Union has ruled – and anyone who disagrees faces two years in prison. The decision – after three years of discussions – results from an. EU officials concluded that, following a three-year investigation, there was no evidence to prove the previously undisputed fact that water helps prevent dehydration. Producers of bottled water are now forbidden by law from making the claim and will face a two-year jail sentence if they defy the edict, which comes into force in the UK next month.

EU says water does not prevent dehydration In a ruling in November 2011, European Union (EU) officials announced that there is no proof that water prevents dehydration. The ruling means that manufacturers who sell bottled water in the EU are not allowed to make the claim that their product helps to prevent dehydration.

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An NHS spokesman said, “Of course water hydrates … we need to exercise common

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In Europe, daily water consumption has also been reduced.

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The EU requires member states to implement procedures for monitoring, regulating water quality and for taking action to prevent and ameliorate breaches of standards.

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Wild Claims about Water in Europe Bottled water makers asked the European Commission if ads could state that “regular consumption … of water can reduce the risk of development of dehydration.”

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Yet thirst is not always a reliable guide to avoiding dehydration.

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However, at the time of writing, the European Union does not regulate directly the amount of pharmaceuticals in drinking water.

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That is, drinking water must meet the National Primary Drinking Water Standards (10, 11) promulgated by the Unites States Environmental Protection Agency, the Directive of the European Union on the Quality of Water Intended for Human Consumption (12), or some analogous drinking water standard.

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Nevertheless, thirst is not always a reliable guide to avoiding dehydration.

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But water is reably if we hold that place is the termilated as matter and as a part, which nus of the containing body.

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Instead we drink water that is high in deuterium and full of toxic components such as chloramines, fluorides, residuals from pharmaceutical drugs, and a host of other unwanted substances.

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  • I like this channel, but this time there is some misunderstanding what you are talking about happened 5 years ago, and to simplify, the scientist had problem with the sentence the companies wanted to put on the bottles

    they did not make any comment about the scientific fact of the connection between water drinking and dehydration

    check out the story at forbes

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/nadiaarumugam/2011/12/01/eu-bans-bottled-water-claim-that-water-prevents-dehydration-ludicrous-or-just/#7f9f43bb27d4

    and why did the UK people voted to leave? they were lied to about lot of thing for example I belive this video was made in good faith, but it is just as silly as lot of UK citizen

  • This has nothing to do with why the UK left the EU. Such an ill informed and pointless video. I’m pretty sure not a single voter even considered such a foolish topic.

  • I only drink bottled water and its quite expensive for packs so i only drink it when i buy it, cant drink tap water its disgusting

  • Never drink cold water I drank cold water 2,3�� bottles and skin became totally rough and dehydrated also u can find about that in YouTube.