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Children and Water




Information prepared by Alejandro Silvera, our consultant, registered pharmacist, with a diploma in health and the in-house expert in nutrition and diet

We will choose products with less fat content, low in sal and lots of vegetables, fruits, legumes and cereals.

It is important to know their school menu in order to supplement it with breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner in order to achieve a balanced diet.

Get children used to eating a bit of everything, to try new flavours and different textures.

If we cook food in different ways, we combine those they like less with those they do like and we present them in an attractive manner, we are guaranteeing that the dishes will be more appetizing.

It’s important to have them involved in the process, including them in the shopping, the preparation of the meal as well as the preparation of table, etc.

Teach them all you know about the food, what they are for, how they affect the body, how much the body needs of each one…

We should be giving children products from all the food groups (fruits, vegetables, meat, fish, cereal and legumes). It’s in our hands to avoid them from eating superfluos meals filled with empty calories such as pastries, soft drinks, sweets, crisps or precooked meals.

It’s essential that food education is practiced at home and in school, this requires patience, dedication, consistency, discipline and not making unacceptable concessions.

It’s important to enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner as a family in a relaxed environment and following a specific order: first course, main course and dessert.

We should ensure that the children have al least three consisten meals a day: breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as a snack (fruit, yogurt, sandwich) at mid morning and mid afternoon.


Water and Nutrition


Information prepared by Alejandro Silvera, our consultant, registered pharmacist, with a diploma in health and the in-house expert in nutrition and diet.

  • Eat a full breakfast which includes diary, cereal and fruit.
  • Have 4 or 5 small meals a day. You will eat less quantity of food, but increase the frequency of ingestion, improving the efficiency of the metabolism
  • You should eat at least 5 servings of fruits and vegetables a day (3 pieces of fruit and 2 servings of vegetables).
  • Eat fish, at least twice a week, both oily fish and white fish. White fish has little fat content, and oily fish offers healthy fats.
  • Avoid fats, especially those of animal origin, (red meat, charcuterie, fatty dairy products…). Plant based fats, as well as those found in oily fish are healthier.
  • Complex carbohydrates are an essential part of our diet (bread, potatoes, pasta, rice and cereals in general). They should account for 55-60% of your daily intake of food.
  • Drink water. It improves intestinal transit and purifies the body. The recommended daily amount for a healthy adult is approximately two litres a day.
  • Be careful with nutritional supplements. On numerous occasions they are recommended in sports centres by alleged “professionals” who do not have the adequate knowledge to administer them. Always consult with a specialist (doctor, pharmacist…) before you start taking them.
  • Remember to sleep 7-8 hours a day. Sleep improves physical and mental functions, prevents disease, improves muscle recovery and enhances athletic performance, among other health benefits
  • Avoid any type of toxin: alcohol, tobacco, stimulants, as well as medications with out a doctors prescription.
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Information prepared by Alejandro Silvera, our consultant, registered pharmacist, with a diploma in health and the in-house expert in nutrition and diet


Reasons to take care of your body from the inside.

Hydration is synonymous with beauty. Begin by supplying it to your body from the inside. Our interior and beauty have a lot to thank the mineral composition provided naturally by the water we drink, which makes it essential for the metabolism and for the regeneration of the body, as it facilitates the removal of toxins.

You must know that, depending on the process used, in the cases where water must be treated to restore its potability, it is also deprived of the important contribution of natural minerals.



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