Water is necessary for your body to digest and absorb vitamins and nutrients. It also detoxifies the liver and kidneys, and carries away waste from the body. And when it comes to digestion . . . it's just not happening without water. Fiber alone cannot aid proper digestive function by itself. In fact, without water as its partner, good fiber goes bad, causing constipation and extreme discomfort.If you're dehydrated, your blood is literally thicker, and your body has to work much harder to cause it to circulate. As a result, the brain becomes less active, it's hard to concentrate, your body feels fatigued, and you just "poop out." Water - The Miracle Worker Simple water -- when it's pure and free of contaminants -- is truly a "wonder drug." Without chemicals, additives, or anything unnatural, a steady dose of 8 glasses of water a day
(ideally ½ your body weight in ounces of water) will: Improve Your Energy Increase Your Mental and Physical Performance Remove Toxins & Waste Products from your body Keep Skin Healthy and Glowing Help You Lose Weight Reduce Headaches and Dizziness Allow for proper Digestion Help to keep you more Alkaline Drinking Water is Heart-Healthy The findings of a six-year study of more than 22,000 healthy men and women aged 38-100 in the May 1, 2007 American Journal of Epidemiology found that women who drank more than five glasses of water a day were 43% less likely to die from a heart attack during the study period than those who drank less than two glasses. The protective effect of water was even greater in men.Drinking Water and Weight LossWater is a natural appetite suppressant, so developing a good water drinking habit can be a long-term aid in achieving and maintaining a healthy weight.
"Your Body's Many Cries For Water" are most times your “hunger” is your body asking for water – not food. It's also important to remember that when the body is dehydrated, fat cells get "rubbery" and cannot be easily metabolized. This means that it's harder to lose when you don't drink your water.