Nearly everyone has heard that the body is approximately 70% water. Yet, very few people then make the connection that the preferred beverage we should consume throughout each day is water. Sometimes it seems as though many people drink anything but water. Throughout each day, the body is constantly losing water through breathing, urinating and sweating. This means, of course, that you need to replace or replenish that water. Thirst is one way the body lets you know it’s time to refill your body’s water supply. Unfortunately, by the time you actually feel thirsty, this can indicate that your body has already entered into a state of dehydration. More
You want to make sure that you have the clean, pure water that your body is designed to consume. The water you are drinking, however, while it may not be making you ill immediately, more than likely has some interesting things in it.
What is in Your Water?
Bacteria such as e. coli. Chlorine and other chemicals used to kill bacteria. Chemicals from environmental pollutants. Toxic heavy metals. Microorganisms such as Giardia and Cryptosporidium. Organic chemicals like solvents. Even residues of other people’s prescription medication – gross! More