While everybody knows water is essential, most people make no effort to ensure they're getting enough water daily. Three-quarters of the earth is covered with water. Nearly as much of the human body is water as well.
We can go a month or even more without food but you can only go a few days without water. Water is that important. We get some of the water we need from the foods we eat. As a consequence, when you feel hungry, you may actually be thirsty. For that reason, I usually recommend to my clients that they drink water when they feel hungry and wait 15 minutes to see if the hunger fades.
Now, let's get into some of the biology of water and what it does for us.
When we work a muscle, the muscle draws in water to aid in the repair. The water is valuable for flushing out toxins created by the workout. That’s why it’s recommended you take enough water after a good heavy workout.
A vast majority of the water we take goes to our most critical organs like kidneys, the brain, and the liver. If you are not enough water, the functions of those critical organs will be interrupted. In your weight-loss process, you need to ensure you take in enough water to help your liver and kidneys can handle the toxins being released from the stored fat.
I recommend you drink 60-100 ounces of water every day.
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