Healthy water does not contain sodium fluoride, heavy metals, bleach, chloride, other people’s medications, artificial sweeteners, or Bisphenol A (BPA). Clean, unadulterated water carries nutrients and oxygen to cells. Our blood is 95 percent water and regulates our body temperature, lubricates joints and removes toxic waste from our body. Good hydration improves our ability to concentrate, heightens mental alertness, improves digestion, satisfies hunger, improves athletic performance, reduces susceptibility to kidney stones, and builds a stronger immune system by helping flush out toxins. Hydration with high quality water, including natural spring water, reduces the risk of breast cancer, bladder cancer, colon cancer and even cardiovascular disease.
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Got a migraine headache? – Drink water.
Is your skin dry? – Drink more water.
Your joints hurt? – Drink water.
Are you constipated? – Drink water.
Hungry but trying to lose weight? – Drink water.
Feeling lethargic? – Drink water.
The average adult should be taking in about 2.5 liters of water a day, equivalent of about 8 glasses, because that’s exactly what you lose and use just breathing, sweating and urinating.
That means you need to drink 2 liters a day
At any one instant, the Earth’s atmosphere contains 37.5 million-billion gallons of water vapor
– enough to cover the entire surface of the planet with 1 inch of rain if condensed.