Drinking Water Doesn't equal Hydration
Just like our precious planet, our body consists of more than 70% water. We spend billions on bottled water each year, we are drinking more water than ever, and yet 75% of the world’s population is chronically dehydrated. Why? Research confirms that the molecules of most of the water we consume daily are aligned in a chaotic, large-clustered manner. That makes it extremely difficult for our body to absorb and optimally hydrate, ultimately leading to unintentional, yet chronic dehydration.
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How Much Water Should You Drink Per Day?
First let's go through how much of Your Body is WATER!!
The percentage of water varies according to your age and gender. Here's a look at how much water is
inside you. The amount of water in the human body ranges from 50-75%. The average adult human
body is 50-65% water, averaging around 57-60%. The percentage of water in infants is much higher,
typically around 75-78% water, dropping to 65% by one year of age.
It is common knowledge that we should drink 8 glasses per day, but for most this would be a bit much and some not enough. It is recommended to drink a percentage of your body weight to ensure complete hydration (your body weight divided by 2 equals the amount of water in ounces ie. 120 pds = 60 ounces of water which would be 6 glasses of 10 oz so for someone of 200 pds that would equate to 10 glasses per day!)