Benefits of Drinking Water

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Advice given is that we should drink at least 8 glasses of water a day, or about two to two and a half liters of water. This can help for the distribution of nutrients throughout the body to be smooth so that all cells in the body can repair itself with these nutrients. By drinking water as recommended will also alleviate the kidneys and liver that can help us avoid the kidney and liver disease.
Drinking water helps the removal of metabolic poisons more smoothly. This will help us avoid the diseases of the digestive tract such as stomach ulcers and constipation.
Water shortages will make our skin look dry and wrinkled. Water will help keep the skin to remain supple so it looks young and naturally beautiful.

Water can help you lose weight.

Why? Because water is calorie, fat free, cholesterol free and low sodium. Also, water helps the body fat stored outlines. For those who are dieting, water can be a friend who should not be forgotten. By drinking warm water before eating, will help us feel full so that it will reduce appetite and reduce our food portions.
Water can help increase fertility because it will stimulate the production of the hormone testosterone in men and estrogen in women.

Filter your water .

Your water will be cleaner: Filtration gets rid of the majority of your water’s contamination while preserving the healthy minerals that hydrate you better and relieve thirst better than some of your other options. Tap water is all right: It generally contains all the minerals in it you need, along with a good dose of contamination that you don’t.

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