Don't Deny Yourself Water!

Water helps you inside and out, with every bodily process. There are things going on in your body, right now, as you’re sitting here reading this, a hundred little chemical reactions involving water every minute, reactions you couldn’t possibly be aware of...

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The most obvious external health benefit of water is that your skin will be healthy. I read in a “Celebrity Beauty Secrets” type of beauty treatment book once that if you’re not drinking enough water, you’re denying your skin the best and most natural beauty...

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Welcome to the Water Cooler

Please, relax and get yourself some water. Why? Because water is one of the best favors you can do yourself and your body.
Water is the base of anything you will ever drink. It’s in every fruit and vegetable you eat, it’s in punch, soda—even milk has water as one of its chemical components. So there are many sources from which you can get water, a vital nutrient as defined by dieticians.
However, having said that, some of your daily water intake should just be plain, clean water. Think about it: is there anything more refreshing after your long workout than to drink from your insulated water bottle, anything that feels better when you’ve realized your own thirst than a tall, cold glass of H2O?
Water is both refreshing and beneficial to your body. Every cell in the human body contains water; depending on your size and body composition, your body is composed of anywhere from 55% to 78% water. It keeps literally every part of your body up to code and in good running order.
Now, I could go on forever about the health benefits of drinking water, but that would be one long, disorganized ramble. So feel free to look around, check out the other pages where my rant appears in organized form, and learn about just how beneficial water can be for you.

The Importance of Water

Water makes up and energizes every cell in the human body. I often tell my clients that healthy cells are like the water balloons the children in their neighborhood enjoy throwing in summer—plump, supple, and full of water. Cells that don't maintain their balance of fluids and electrolytes shrivel, which can result in muscle fatigue and unhealthy skin—essentially, improper function or in some cases non-function of the cells.

Because water is a part of every cell in the body, water is therefore vital to every bodily process—digestion, breathing, body temperature regulation, cell respiration—literally everything your body does requires water, which is why it’s so important to constantly replenish the supply of water in your body

So how much water should you be drinking? No matter what you do, two liters minimum. So, as I tell my clients.....