To avoid dehydration , the human body needs up to seven liters of water per day. This will depend on factors such as, temperature, level of activity and humidity. Depending on body size, 55% to 78% of the human body contains water.
Are you sure the Water you use is able to do that?
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Water is the source of life. Water in it’s most natural and pure form provides natural MINERALS to all living creatures, bringing life and protection on a cellular level for optimal health… Why are the MINERALS in Water important? They increase energy Controls body weight Healthy cells (skin, hair, nails, organs) … Read more
What is Candida?
Most people don’t even know they have Candida. Surprisingly, it infects more than 30% of the world population.
Candida is sneaky. It causes symptoms that don’t seem related… Sinus infections, blurred vision, moodiness, sugar cravings, and fatigue, just to name a few.
Water (from the Old English waeter; c.f German “Wasser,” from PIE *wod-or, “water”) is a tasteless, odorless and colorless substance in its pure state according to standard scientific definitions. Yes, contrary to the promoters of bottled water, pure water is scientifically tasteless. The difference that one detects in tastes of water comes from the presence of different mineral ions that the water molecules contain. However, even the “tasteless” pure water can be see to have a taste after one has become used to drinking water that has a distinctive flavor present, from the various mineral ions within it.
How much distilled water should a person drink?
Dr. Reams taught that one can determine the amount of distilled water they need to consume per day by dividing their weight by 2 and converting the answer to ounces. For example, a 100-pound person would drink (100 ¸ 2 = 50) or approximately 50 ounces (1.5 quarts) of extra water through the day other than that obtained through food and additional beverages. Herbal teas can be counted in