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If you are like me you may have been wondering exactly how much
water you should drink every day to stay healthy.
Unfortunately, that answer isn't really clear, although some say
it's eight glasses a day, no matter how often you've been told that, the jury
is still out on the exact amount.
Coming up with a one-size-fits-all water recommendation is
difficult because our need for water varies based on age, size, activity level,
and even the temperature.
The problem is so complex that the recommendation of the
National Academies' Health and Medicine Division is basically no recommendation
at all; the experts there state that most healthy people will be able to absorb
an adequate amount of water from the foods and beverages they consume.
Basically nothing happens in the body without water. Every
thought, movement, and feeling is the result of water moving from one place in
the body to another. Water affects how you think, feel, absorb, digest, and
It should be clear that if water is limited, the world of our
body is not going to be optimal. However other research has stated that increasing
water consumption can have significant health benefits, among them, weight
Some have stated drinking at least four glasses of water a day
increased weight loss. I think water can actually help promote weight loss in
many ways, by substituting water for sugary beverages or juice; you've removed
calories and carbohydrates.
When you have enough water, you can start seeing more efficient
insulin pathways and an acceleration of fat burning.
In the absence of certainty
about how much water we should be drinking, we should be reaching for water
rather than concentrated juices, sugar-sweetened beverages, or even diet drinks.