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News   •   Aug 26, 2015 16:53 +08

  • Drink ‘Real Water’ to maintain a healthy body during the Holy Month

Prominent direct selling company QNET launched today a Ramadan ‘Real Water’ awareness campaign to maintain a well-hydrated body all throughout the holy month.

Heading the awareness campaign, Khaled Diab, Regional General Manager (MENA) for QNET, said: “The holy month of Ramadan is one of the most important and reflective times in the Islamic calendar and a special period of humility and charity. QNET supports people who are fasting and it is important for them to stay hydrated and take good care of their health.

“With the ‘Real Water’ Ramadan campaign, QNET is helping raise awareness on the importance of drinking water during Suhoors and Iftars which aids in digestion and in overall health. Drinking the right kind of water, which is pure and energized makes a big difference to keep your energy and strength all throughout the day,” he added.

You could become very dehydrated if you do not drink enough water before the fast. Poor hydration can be made worse by hot weather conditions, and even everyday activities such as walking to work or doing housework. Keeping a healthy body even if you are fasting is key and pure, clear water is the world's best health elixir.

Fasting people get the rest they need before sunrise and may supplement their sleep with a short nap. As long as your diet is well balanced and nutritious, you will not fall ill. Plan your Suhoor and Iftar meals well and make sure you get your daily requirements of ‘Real Water’, vitamins, minerals, and calories.

To celebrate the 5th Anniversary of HomePure in 90 countries QNET produced 1,000 limited editions of HomePure Red water filtration systems and donates USD 20 of any purchase of the HomePure Red to the RHYTHM Foundation to support community development projects.

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