Water is the original health drink. With no calories, no cholesterol, no caffeine and no fats or sugars, every glass of water you drink nourishes your body and mind.

Drink Often.

Drink a glass of water with each meal and between each meal. Water helps digest food and prevent acid indigestion.

Water, Water Everywhere.

Juice, milk and soft drinks, as well as fresh vegetables and fruits, all contain water and can supply some of your daily intake requirements. Avoid beverages that contain caffeine or alcohol because they can act as diuretics and don't help maintain your body's fluid balance.

More is Less.

Most weight-loss programs call for drinking a healthy amount of water every day to help process food and counteract hunger attacks. We often feel hungry when we are dehydrated. Drinking a glass of water can alleviate hunger pangs.

A Healthy Glow.

Drinking enough water is important to the health of your skin. Drinking plenty of water helps remove the toxins that build up in your pores and keeps your skin from drying out.

Your Survival Depends on It.

A human can last longer without food than without water. Depending on a variety of factors, you can survive from 3 to 6 weeks without food, but only 2 to 10 days without water.

Chlorine: The Safety.

Tap water from PRA is treated to eliminate harmful chemicals, minerals, and pathogens that may occur in the source water. Chlorine is a common disinfectant used to kill germs and greatly contributed to a nearly 30-year increase in life expectancy during the 20th century.

Protecting Your Health.

PRA must comply with regulations set forth by the Safe Drinking Water Act. This requires your utility to monitor and treat for almost 100 different parameters in the water delivered to your tap. As a result, drinking water is the most regulated and controlled substance you can ingest - more than any food, drug, or beverage.
Information about what is in your water and where it comes from can be found in our Consumer Confidence Report, which is issued every year.

Drink Up!

You should consume equivalent of about eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day to stay healthy. About 60 percent of the adult human body is water, so you need to replace the fluids you lose through your perspiration and excretion.
As your water provider, we serve more than water. We provide value, public health, fire protection, reliability, and peace of mind. Our job is to ensure that your water keeps flowing, not only today, but well into the future. It's all part of our service commitment to you and everyone in our community.



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