We all know that water is good for us. But only ‘good’ water is good for us. Consuming an adequate amount good, clean, filtered water each day is an essential component in the optimal functioning of your entire body.
Here are some of the things drinking an adequate daily amount of good water can do for your body:
- Digestive System: Your digestive system uses a large amount of water to process what you consume. In addition maintaining a proper metabolic rate and promoting regular bowel movements, an adequate amount of water is necessary to help prevent the over-absorption of toxic substances, sugars, and carbohydrates.
- Kidneys: The primary function of kidneys is to remove toxins which you have ingested. Obviously, if you drink water which has toxins in it, you are making your kidneys work all the harder. Consuming an adequate amount of good water, on the other hand, provides your kidneys with the essential ‘raw material’ they need to rid your body of harmful toxins.
- Nervous System: 73% of the human brain is water. In addition to acting as a shock absorber for your brain and spinal cord, water is used to manufacture hormones and transmit neurotransmitters.
- Cellular health: Water is absolutely essential to each and every cell in your body. Water allows cells to grow, survive and reproduce
Up to 60% of you is water. Without water there is no you. Please make sure the water you put into your body is healthful water because the water you drink becomes part of you. And make sure you drink enough of it every day because it’s the most important thing you can do for your body each and every day.