Dehydration can cause 85% of all ailments

Inadequate quantity of water can be the cause of 85% of all ailments.

Human body is about 70 percent water. Water is the quickest and most efficient DETOX facilitator.

  • Our Blood is 85% water.
  • Our Brain is 73% water.
  • Our Heart is 73% water.
  • Our Lungs are 83% water.
  • Our Skin is 64% water.
  • Our Muscles are 79% water.
  • Our Kidneys are 79% water.
  • Our Bones are 25% water

 

Good hydration help keep the body toxin free

Water improves the efficiency of all major body organs. The liver, lungs, skin, kidneys and intestines all use water as a vehicle for cleansing. Inadequate quantities of water slow the system down and can cause high B/P, skin disorders like eczema & psoriasis, constipation, grey skin, infections, swollen glands and almost all ailments. Keep the system hydrated, all the times.

 

Water helps in detoxification process

Human body needs a pH balance of 7 to be in peak condition. Drinking enough water can help reduce the damaging effects of acidosis. Increased water intake can help in natural detoxification of the body.

 

Water helps in digestion and absorption of food

Hydration helps in the digestion of food, absorption of nutrients from the digestive tract. Inefficient hydration slows the digestion process and can result in chronic constipation.

 

Dehydration can lead to fatigue & metabolic sluggishness

Moderate dehydration can cause headaches and even dizziness. On hot days, sweating can cause you to lose up to 16 glasses of water a day. Mild dehydration slows the metabolism by as much as 3 per cent. A 2 per cent drop in hydration can slow mental recall.

It has been shown that just by losing 2.5% of the body weight from water loss, one can loose 25% of efficiency. For an 80 KG man that is about 2 Litres of water.

Water Heals and Cures Naturally…

Aashish Nanda

I am not a Spiritual Guru. I am not a Healer. I am not a Coach. I am not a Transformer. After trying to define myself, with various labels, I realized that I am simply a Mirror - A CLP Guide.

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