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Water is your skin’s best friend!

September 19, 2018

Water is your skin’s best friend!

You’d have to live on the moon to not have heard how important drinking water is, right? But did you know PAIN in your body is one of the signals you aren’t getting enough?

Water is needed to carry waste out of the cells. When you’re dehydrated this cannot take place and the body reacts to the build-up of waste through inflammation and PAIN.

Do you have moments throughout the day when you just can’t think? Brain fog, fatigue, and low energy are often culprits of dehydration. AND, if you wait until you feel thirsty, you’ve waited too long!

Thirsty means you’re already DEHYDRATED and to gulp down water in this state is like throwing a glass of water on a barn fire. SIP over a longer period of time, rather than gulp down a glass, to thoroughly hydrate your body.

Did you know if you’re an allergy sufferer, drinking water will assist your body by boosting your immune system and reducing histamine and allergic responses?

Did you know the chlorine used to “clean” water destroys friendly microflora and stomach acid? When your microflora gets destroyed this can create digestive issues. Consider installing water filters in your home to TRULY improve the quality of water you absorb through your skin, in cooking, and drinking.

The big question is… how much is enough?

Experts used to say everyone needed the same amount of water. But it turns out, the amount of water each person needs depends on a number of factors. Such as our size, activity level, stress level, the climate or temperature and our diet.

The accurate way to determine how much YOU need is to take your body weight (in pounds) and divide it by 2. This is the number of ounces of water your body needs each day. For example, if you weigh 150 pounds, you will need 75 ounces of water per day. Divide this by 8 to get the number of 8-ounce glasses you should be drinking – every day!

So, not only is water your skin’s best friend – WATER is your BODY’s best friend. If you could do only ONE THING to improve your health – START with drinking the right amount of water for YOUR body.

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