Are You Dehydrated? Why Water Is So Important For Your Health

Stefanie Juon

Water, water, water! Plain ol' fashioned WATER! The body uses this liquid gold in the cells, organs, and tissues to regulate body temperature, the circulation of nutrients, and the removal of wastes. Aim for half your body weight in oz daily.

The type of water or the quality of water you drink is of utmost importance. First off, do not buy bottled water. It can be exposed to the blazing sun during shipment and sit on shelves for over two years allowing chemicals from the plastic to leach into the water, and who wants two-year-old water anyway?

Also don't buy into the bottled alkaline water fad, by the time you get to crack it open it's more than likely back to a neutral or a slightly acidic pH. A great counter top filter is ZeroWater.

It is affordable, has a 5 stage filter, Ion Exchange Technology, and removes virtually all (99.6%) detectable dissolved solids.

To make sure your digesting properly always drink your water at room temp or warm and do not drink large amounts during meals. Flavor with fresh lemon or lime wedges, fresh fruits, and herbs if desired.

I always recommend my clients get on foundational supplements to make up for any nutritional deficiencies. Even the healthiest organic soil and produce lack essential nutrients today. I highly recommend trace minerals as well as a food-based multivitamin and mineral.


 None of the statements or products contained herein this article are intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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