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Thirst Quenching Gerolsteiner Sparkling Mineral Water

Summer season is about to end but being a tropical country means that it is summer almost the whole year long. And summer in our country means oven-hot temperature. Staying indoors and drinking lots of water is a must.

Gerolsteiner Sparkling Mineral Water helps in preventing dehydration and at the same time, gives the body some minerals and nutrients not found in regular drinking water.


You need to watch out for signs that your body needs water. Read here --- Symptoms of Dehydration.

And because drinking tons of water is not really fun, I'm sharing a tip on how to make it much more refreshing.

You can add some fruit slices to your water, allow the flavor to settle for an hour or so, and enjoy your cool apple-flavored Gerolsteiner Sparkling Water.




words and photos by the kitchen goddess

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