Are you getting plenty of Good Water??
The Dangers of Dehydration
Chances are you are among the 75% of Americans who do not drink enough water and are chronically dehydrated!
For ideal health and weight, you need much more water--good water--alkaline water. The average adult loses about 2 1/2 to 3 liters of fluid a day through sweating, breathing, urinating, moving, even sleeping and the body becomes dehydrated if it isn't replaced.
If you don't get enough water, you'll get fat!
1. Even mild dehydration slows metabolism.
2. We are so poorly attuned to our bodies' thirst signals that we interpret them as hunger pangs.
3. If you don't get enough water, your body will retain water.
The body uses water to neutralize acids, to dilute excess acid, and wash them out of the body via urine, sweat, and thru the bowels. Without enough water, your body becomes too acidic and goes into preservation--fat storing--mode. A drop of just over 2% in body water is enough to make that happen. In addition,...