Drink water like your
life depended on it,
because it does!
Why is water so important to our health?
Water has been called "the most essential nutrient."
Approximately two thirds of a person's body weight is
water. Blood is 63% water, the brain 75%, muscles 75%,
lungs 80%, heart 75%, liver 85%, kidneys 63% and
even bones are 22% water.
The benefits of drinking plenty of water:
It helps us look better by keeping our weight in check,
revitalizes dull dry skin and lubricates all of our joints.
regulates our body temperature, assists the kidneys in
eliminating harmful salts and wastes, carries nutrients
and oxygen to all the cells in your body and is essential
for maintaining good health.
- The average adult needs 6
to 8 glasses of water a day, for digestion, perspiration,
breathing and elimination of waste.
- It also DECREASES
the risk of colon cancer by 45%, breast cancer by 79%,
bladder cancer by 50%, rectal cancer by 38%, back
and joint pain, kidney stones, urinary tract infections,
constipation, migraine headaches and obesity.
What does NOT count towards water intake:
Drinks containing nutrients, such as milk, fruit juices,
sugar-sweetened drinks, salty tomato based juices etc.
all take water from the body to process nutrients. Tea,
coffee, cola drinks and alcoholic beverages are diuretics
that promote urination, causing even greater water loss
than the liquid consumed.
What happens if we don't get sufficient water?
Lack of water is the #1 trigger of daytime fatigue. If the amount of water in your body is reduced by:
1% you feel very thirsty and your metabolism slows.
3% can trigger fuzzy short-term memory, trouble with
basic math and difficulty focusing on a printed page.
5% will leave you having difficulty moving your muscles
or thinking clearly. This reduces your ability to work by
20-30%. At 10% loss of body water, you will die.
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