The Importance of Hydration

We are very grateful to Sarah Scotland of Wise About Food for making us a video explaining the importance of hydration, including a number of tips both for how to increase the amount of water we consume and how to test ourselves.

Sarah is a Hertfordshire-based community nutritionist offering support and guidance to help raise awareness of healthy eating and all aspects of nutrition. 

Community Interest Company


Sarah set up Wise About Food as a Community Interest Company to support individuals in developing a confident, healthy lifestyle by working with various community groups in the local area.

A Community Interest Company (or CIC) is a special form of non-charitable limited company introduced by the UK Government in 2005.

CICs are designed for social enterprises which exists primarily to benefit a community or with a view to pursuing a social purpose, rather than to make a profit for shareholders.

Thank you Sarah!

PS Sarah also has her own website where she publishes some great booklets on things like “Fussy Eaters – How to Make Food that a Child Wants to Eat” and “Food Waste – Smarten Up and Save Money”.


Important fact!

Allergies, asthma and tiredness can be linked to dehydration. 

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