“As with all information propagated, with health information, I have had personal benefits from, strongly believe in, and have found validity through research and personal testimonials.” = Kevy Michaels
Water is Liquid Life!
“The Institute of Medicine recommends that men achieve a daily fluid intake of around 3 liters (over 90 ounces) and that women take in 2.2 liters (Over 75 ounces). I attempt to drink between 60 – 90 ounces of water a day. Sometimes doing so is easier than other times. I especially drink about 50 ounces each morning, first thing in the morning before eating. I specifically drink distilled water at home, since I know that I am getting enough minerals and because I own and ozonator. When out and about, I drink Alkaline Water, like Smart Water.” – Kevy Michaels
“But whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life.” – John 4:14
Benefits of Drinking Water – Medical News Today
To function properly, all the cells and organs of the body need water.
It is also needed to:
- lubricate the joints
- form saliva
- deliver oxygen throughout the body
- cushion the brain, spinal cord, and other sensitive tissues
- regulate body temperature
- produce hormones and neurotransmitters
- help food pass through the intestines
- flush body waste
Some of the water required by the body is obtained through foods with a high water content, such as soups, tomatoes, oranges, but most come through drinking water and other beverages.
How Drinking More Spring or Filtered Water Can Improve Every Facet of Your Health – By Dr. Mercola
With all the different types of water out there and all the hype that goes with each, it can be very easy to get confused about which types of water are really best for your health. And, if you find yourself struggling with the environmental concerns of bottled water versus the dangerous chemicals in tap water, I understand.
That’s why I created this page to help clear up some confusion and help you take control of your health.
Symptoms of Dehydration
Since most of you are no longer tuned in to your bodies the way your ancestors were hundreds of years ago, you may be overlooking your body’s many cries for water.
There is a silent and growing epidemic of chronic dehydration. So many suffer from it yet are simply unaware of the symptoms.
Are you one of them?
The major symptoms of dehydration are thirst, dry skin, dark colored urine and fatigue but take a look at some commonly overlooked symptoms of chronic dehydration.
- Digestive disturbances such as heartburn and constipation
- Urinary tract infections
- Autoimmune disease such as chronic fatigue syndromeand multiple sclerosis
- Premature aging
- High cholesterol
- Weight gain
Types of Water – How Your Choice Makes the Difference
When it comes to water, there’s more to choose form than simply tap versus bottled.
Let’s closely examine each so you can make informed decisions about your water and your health.
How Much Water Should You Really Drink a Day?
Published on Jan 6, 2015
How much water should you be drinking a day? You should be drinking about 25%-50% of your body weight in ounces daily. It’s actually not about how much water you are getting but staying hydrated. Water is vital for your health. The biggest side effects of not getting enough water can be headaches, lack of energy, weight gain, lack of cleansing and detoxification, weakened immune response, getting the cold and flu easily, or feeling lethargic. Proper hydration is so important to your overall health. To stay properly hydrated, I have four recommendations.
First, I would recommend drinking about half of your body weight in ounces a day. I would also suggest you get more fruits and vegetables in your diet, which are full of electrolytes.
Next, I would recommend consuming all-natural sea salts in your food (Himalayan salt or Celtic salt), which helps your body stay hydrated. Lastly, I would encourage you to exercise more.
Exercise can support the process of hydration because movement increases circulation, increasing electrolyte levels into your cells.
What Would Happen If You Replace All Drinks with Water?
Published on Apr 4, 2017
We all know about the harm drinks other than water can cause us, but what if we replace them with it completely? Chris Bailey, a popular blogger and lecturer, carried out some month-long research, which we at Bright Side have decided to summarize for you in illustrated form.