Water makes up more than half your total body weight, and every function and system depends on it. But do we really need so much? According to the Institute of Medicine men and women need between 11-15 cups of water a day and those amounts do include the water you receive from water contained in foods and beverages. If you are not drinking enough water you are not functioning your at normal standards (both mentally and physically).
Four of the common health complaints are:
1. Lack of energy
2. Tension headaches
3. Skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema
4. Lift brain “fog”
Lack of energy
Ever feel like your energy throughout the day decreases? Read More
What’s in your water? Everything that goes down our drains, on our lawns or agricultural fields eventually ends up in our water supplies. Water contamination comes from many sources. With over 80,000 different chemicals used in our society, household chemicals, pesticides and herbicides are increasingly present in our drinking water. A 1998 study of 29 major U.S. cities by the Environmental Working Group found that all 29 cities had traces of at least one weed killer in the drinking water and millions of Americans are routinely exposed to one or more pesticides in a single glass of water.
Water is the foundation of the body. There is a strong connection between the quality of our water and a healthy long life. Read More