Eat Your Water
Hydrating Fruits & Veggies
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Water is important—it makes up 50 to 70 percent of your body. Without it, the blood vessels that carry oxygen and nutrients from place to place would shrivel up like dry riverbeds. Your kidneys could not eliminate wastes, and you couldn’t regulate your body temperature. If you were to add up all the water your body loses each day— as perspiration, urine, exhaled moisture, etc.—, it would be somewhere between 1 and 3 liters— that’s the equivalent of losing between four and 13 8-ounce glasses of water every day.
To stay well hydrated, the U.S. government estimates that women need 2.7 liters (11 glasses) of water and men need 3.7 liters (16 glasses) each day. Sound like a lot? Here’s why: The water your body needs does not have to come in glass after glass of drinking water.
A serving of broccoli, spinach, or similar vegetables and fruits contains a vast percentage of water.
Also don’t forget the impact it does have on your skin.Relieving dry skin from the inside out may not be the first thing we think about when planning our meals, but just like the rest of our bodies, our skin needs certain nutrients to help heal and repair itself and keep itself in optimal condition. Healthy foods can not only keep you hydrated, but they can work on a cellular level to keep your skin smooth and supple.
So for all those purposes EAT your WATER!!!
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