hydrate! the importance of drinking water
Water is taken into the body through fluids and foods and excreted through skin, lungs, urine and a small amount in the feces. Water makes up 60% of the body weight of an average adult and is vital for all biological functions, including digestion, nutrient absorption, elimination of toxins and waste, blood volume, renal function, temperature and maintenance.
A lack of water may result in fatigue, loss of energy, headaches, dry skin and poor digestion.
Your immunity is linked to hydration as the blood and lymphatic systems need a continuous supply to avoid a sluggish, congested system.
- How much you need to drink is determined by your health, where you live and how much you exercise.
- Filter your water to remove contaminates.
- Avoid / reduce caffeine and alcohol as they dehydrate the body.
- Avoid drinking water with your meals, as it dilutes the digestive enzymes.
- Increase fruits and vegetables to hydrate through your diet.
Take a sip today and feel better, energised and hydrated.
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