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Eight glasses of water per day is healthy drinking

The average woman does not leave the door without a bottle of water. Understandable, because the health benefits of six to eight glasses of water a day drink, do not lie. This way your kidneys would work better, it cleanses your body, increases concentration and as a slap on the cake you would also lose weight. According to experts, however, there is no scientific basis for these claims and drinking a lot of water could even be detrimental to health. The source of the 'eight glasses of water per day', is an article from 1945 of the American National Research Council, which states that 2.5 liters per day is an appropriate amount of water for adults: one milliliter for each calorie consumed. Drinking water and losing weight. This advice has been hyped for the past ten years, only the most important part of the recommendation was usually ignored: that a large part of the recommended amount of water is already in your diet. Official agencies and governments have been claiming for years that drinking six to eight glasses of water a day is healthy. This claim is also repeated and promoted by water manufacturers. In England, for example, there is an initiative called 'Hydration for Health' that aims to encourage GPs to promote drinking water because many people and children would not drink enough water. The initiative was set up and sponsored by Danone, the French producer of the water brands Evian, Volvic and Badoit.

Concentration

Researchers complete the advice as 'complete nonsense'. There is no evidence that drinking water helps prevent health problems, as various British newspapers report.

In the British Medical Journal, GP Margaret McCartney from Glasgow writes that drinking water while you are not thirsty can affect your concentration. In a negative way, because you do not get a boost, but it drops.
Insomnia

Drinking large amounts of water can also lead to insomnia, because you have to get up more often at night to go to the toilet. Other studies show that it can even damage the kidneys, instead of preventing it.
Swollen brain

McCartney calls it 'disturbing' that drinking water is being touted as it can lead to the rare condition of hyponatraemia. Actually I should drink more water. The body salt then drops and the brain swells. To get hyponatremia, however, you must drink extremely much. The kidneys can process 0.7 to 1 liter of water per hour.
Appetite

Healthy Eating Practices. Fruit water. Professor Stanley Goldfarb, expert in the field of metabolism at the University of Pennsylvania says in the Medical Journal that there is no evidence that drinking water helps to lose weight or reduce your appetite. 'The current proof is actually that there is no proof'.
Advice

'You can not assume that a bit of water is good, so more water is better. It does not work like that, "says McCartney. How much should you drink? According to McCartney, as much as your body naturally requires. The Nutrition Center states that an adult needs an average of one and a half to two liters of fluid per day. This not only concerns water, but also other healthy drinks. In our article Healthiest drinking top 5 you can read which drinks, next to water, are healthy. The exact need for moisture depends on how much fluid you lose. This differs per person and depends on the circumstances in which you find yourself. In warm weather or during exercise, you lose more fluid than when you are sitting still in a cool room.


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