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Drinking water to lose weight

To drink water

The human body consists mainly of water, about 60 to 70 per cent of our body is water and the rest is solid. Drinking water helps with losing some weight.

Your body absolutely needs water for optimal health:

  •     Drinking water is important for the absorption of nutrients
  •     Water is needed for waste processing
  •     Water is needed for all cell activities
  •     Water is all that is needed to stay alive!
  •     Drinking water is also essential to prevent illness and to feel good!

water for your optimal health!

Insufficient water

If we drink inadequate water, our bodies are unable to remove all toxins that we are exposed to on a daily basis. When the human body dries out, the body switches to a kind of survival mechanism that aims to preserve water to provide the most vital parts of the body with water (your body will retain moisture> feet and hands put up.) Cold water drinking.

Sufficient water prevents diseases

The symptoms that tell you that your body has switched to this survival mechanism are often attributed to diseases and then treated with medication. However, in general, it can be said that people suffering from chronic diseases are seriously dehydrated: heart disease, obesity, diabetes, chronic pain, headaches, chronic fatigue, high blood pressure, cancer, Alzheimer's disease and many other diseases are usually preceded by years of non-compliance. drink enough water! Many of these diseases could be controlled by simply giving the body sufficient amounts of water so that toxins and waste can be removed from the body.

Without water, our body is in crisis

Water is a super drink. When the body becomes dehydrated, the body is really stressed: stress chemicals are released to deal with the situation. If these chemicals are released over a long period, a chronic disease is inevitable. A lack of sufficient fresh, clean water not only leads to a long list of symptoms, but it can also even be fatal in the long run.
Chronic dehydration

Your body suffers from chronic dehydration if you do not drink enough water or drink dehydrating drinks such as coffee, beer or sugary drinks. Your body tries to limit the fluid loss that occurs during normal breathing by producing histamines that close the capillaries of your lungs. As a result, the moisture emission decreases, but of course, breathing is made more difficult. Your body does this on purpose! It is a survival strategy of the body to protect your vital parts such as the brain from dehydration, it is not a disease. People with asthma therefore often benefit greatly from the frequent drinking of a lot of water and avoiding medication as much as possible. This also applies to patients who suffer from high blood pressure and arthritis.

The symptoms of water shortage

* If you are not thirsty, that does not mean that your body does not need water. Bottled water, tap water or filtered water. As soon as your body believes that there is not enough water, the thirst mechanism is turned off. But do not let yourself be fooled: if your body has turned off the thirst mechanism, the aforementioned survival mechanism will be activated! Your body will hold water in your legs, feet, arms and face and you may have to pee less. As a result, your body can not dispose of harmful waste. You will see if you drink a lot of water for a number of weeks, your thirst mechanism also comes back and signals that your body needs this vital nutrient.

* Other factors that are indicative of dehydration are dry mouth, hunger, fatigue, muscle pain, dizziness, depression, anxiety, too fast heartbeat, nausea, vomiting or pain. Do you feel tired, are hungry, have muscle cramps, or do you feel a headache or heartburn, drink a glass of water and wait ten minutes. Often you will see that you already feel a lot better!
Water as a medicine

* By giving your body the most important nutrient WATER, you can prevent illnesses in a very simple way and with very little effort. Do not forget that your body is dependent on water. Without water, you run a health risk. Your body needs at least 2 litres of water daily to be sufficiently hydrated. When you drink alcohol, caffeine and soft drinks and you also expose yourself to non-organic foods, drugs, cigarettes, environmental poisons (environmental toxins) and emotional stress, you need more than 2 litres of water a day to keep your body in balance.

* A common excuse for not drinking more water is that people are too afraid that they have to go to the toilet too much. If the body has been dehydrated for a long time, the water can no longer be absorbed efficiently.

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How much alkaline water daily from your benchtop or floor standing water dispenser Upper Caboolture?

Your body loses about 2.5 litres of fluid per day through metabolic processes. So that's the minimum you need to "refuel" every day as an adult. Approx. 1 litre is filled up with water-containing food. These include e.g. E.g. apples, melons, lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes, celery, berries, oranges, radishes and spinach. You fill up the remaining 1.5 litres per day by drinking.

Drinks such as juices, cola, milk coffee, cappuccino, beer and wine are not suitable as thirst quenchers. They contain a lot of sugar, a lot of saturated fatty acids or alcohol and therefore also PersonalPoints.

The amount of water a person needs each day can vary based on size, activity level, and a number of other individual factors. The best way to gauge our hydration level is the colour of our urine. You should always drink enough to dilute your urine so that it is clear (yellow = drink more water).

How much water should you drink a day?

Here you can find out how you can determine your personal fluid requirements and get closer to your well-being goals by drinking properly.

Why is Filtered Water so Important?