Tips & Facts about Water!

Keep a pitcher of water in the fridge!!!!Water Tips

This post if full of TIPs and FACTs concerning precious water. Read them, learn from them, share them with others!

Glass of........you got it - water!    It takes a loss of only 1% – 2% of your body’s ideal water content to cause dehydration.

Glass of........you got it - water!    You MUST remember to drink even when you’re not thirsty.

Glass of........you got it - water!    An average person loses about 90 ounces of water daily.

Glass of........you got it - water!    Drink more if you’re engaged in sweaty exercise.

Glass of........you got it - water!Beverages containing alcohol and caffeine create
an un-quenchable thirst in the body.

Glass of........you got it - water!Only water truly hydrates the body and alleviates the diseases of dehydration.

IceTea.gif (1906 bytes)   Don’t like plain ol’ water? Plain water boring??? Spice it up by saturating it with fresh bruised mint leaves or a squeeze of lemon or lime. Use your imagination.

Glass of........you got it - water!    Never set down an empty glass without refilling it with water.

Glass of........you got it - water!    Drinking ice cold water actually makes you lose weight because fat calories are burned to bring the water temperature up to internal 98.6 degrees F. Some people find they have stomach cramps from this, so experiment and see if your body is ok with this.

  Glass of........you got it - water!    The sense of thirst dims with age –
so make sure older people are drinking plenty of water.

heart2.gif (2796 bytes)   Those on high-blood pressure or other medications should consult with their doctor to determine their proper water consumption.

watercooler.gif (3032 bytes)   Never pass a water cooler without stopping for a sip.

Glass of........you got it - water!    Water suppresses the appetite naturally and helps the body metabolize stored fat.

Glass of........you got it - water!    Don’t misinterpret your thirst drive as hunger.  Drink an “ice-cold” glass of water and wait a minute or two.  You’ll find your not as hungry as you thought.

Glass of........you got it - water!    Drinking enough water is the best treatment for fluid retention.  Give your body plenty of water and the stored water will be released.

Glass of........you got it - water!    If you don’t drink enough water, your body’s reaction is to retain the water it does have.  This in turn hampers kidney function and waste products accumulate.   Your liver is then called upon to flush out the impurities.  As a result, one of your livers main functions – metabolizing fat into useable energy –
is minimized.

Glass of........you got it - water!    Over-weight people need more water than thin people.

Glass of........you got it - water!    Re-vamp your lifestyle to include lots and lots of water.  It will prove to be the simplest, least expensive, most powerful and longest lasting key to long term fat reduction.

Glass of........you got it - water!    Average, “within proper weight” people should drink eight, 8 oz. glasses of water each and every day. (About 2 Quarts) Over-weight people need one additional glass for every 25 pounds of excess weight.

Glass of........you got it - water!    Water helps maintain proper muscle tone and prevents sagging skin.

Glass of........you got it - water!    Water helps rid the body of toxic waste.

Glass of........you got it - water!    Water helps detoxify the body from the effects of long term smoking, helping to eliminate the insidious tar and and acidic nicotine from the lungs.

Glass of........you got it - water!   Hate to urinate??? Remember each time you do, you are ridding the body of unwanted waste, unwanted fat, and unwanted toxins.

brainbullet.gif (4235 bytes)   Water has a profound effect on brain function and energy levels.  Even a slight dehydration can produce a small but critical shrinkage of the brain, impairing neuromuscular coordination, concentration and thinking.

brainbullet.gif (4235 bytes)   A deficiency of water can alter the concentration of electrolytes such as sodium, potassium and chloride which has a negative effect on the function of the brain.

Glass of........you got it - water!    Beverages that contain caffeine, i.e. coffee, some tea and some sodas act as diuretics, increasing urine production and promoting loss of fluids.

Glass of........you got it - water!    Negative effect of caffeine provokes insulin release and may in fact enhance the storage of what is eaten – as fat.

Glass of........you got it - water!    If your eyes, nose, and throat feel dry – drink some water before you use eyedrops, nasal sprays, or suck on a candy or cough drop.  Your body has been trying to tell you that you need MORE WATER.

Glass of........you got it - water!    Healthy people stay healthy with water – it’s cheap; nearly free, and good for you.

heart2.gif (2796 bytes)   Dehydration reduces blood volume, creating thicker, more concentrated blood which stresses the heart.  This also decreases the ability to transport oxygen and nutrients to the muscles and other living cells.

Glass of........you got it - water!    Dehydration can be linked to impotence – via – not enough fluids to create seminal fluids.

Glass of........you got it - water!    Dehydration can also be linked to hair loss – not enough fluids to carry proteins to the scalp.

Glass of........you got it - water!    You  name it, almost every dis-ease known to man or woman is probably linked to a lack of water.

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Resources: gotwater.net

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