FIT TIP OF THE DAY

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DRINK MORE WATER

FACTS TO CONSIDER:
– [ ] 75% of the human brain is water
– [ ] A human can live about a month without food, but only about a week without water
– [ ] Roughly 70% of an adult human body is made up of water
– [ ] Water helps flush toxins from body
– [ ] Water helps your vital organs, especially the kidneys, function properly

I am always confused when people tell me that they don’t like to drink water. So, you refuse to consume the very thing that is essential to live because you don’t like it? Interesting. Look, YOU NEED TO DRINK WATER. It is a simple and effective way to improve your everyday function. Lots of bodily aches, pains, and discomfort occurs simply because you are not properly hydrated. Sodas and juices have some water content, but are filled with sugar and other artificial ingredients.  Your body only wants the water from these drinks, but is working overtime to process the sugar.  This causes mild dehydration and makes you feel thirsty.  Immediately, you reach for another soda or juice and down it.  Next time this happens, reach for the water and make your body happy!

Well, how much water should I drink?  you ask.

The recommended amount for the average person is 8 cups or 64 ounces or 1/2 gallon or 4 16oz bottles. This is not difficult to factor in to your daily schedule.

Example:
Buy a few cases of water with 16oz bottles. Drink one bottle with breakfast, lunch, dinner, and during your workout. That is 4 16oz bottles of water and your daily recommended amount. EASY!

I have love for you and I want to see you well💪

DRINK MORE WATER!

I hope this helps someone, somewhere.

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