The largest single and most vital component of the human life is water. Sixty percent of our total body weight is water. Cell plasma is 93 percent water, and other body fluids are 97 percent water. The body’s water has two major components, which are intracellular and extra cellular water. The differentiation is based on a differential concentration of two major minerals, sodium and potassium. Extra cellular means out of the cell and extra cellular water contains all extra cellular fluids, plasma, and other solid components. Intracellular water is within the cell, and the major components are about 73 percent of the total weight of the muscles and viscera.
Water distribution in the body is based on the levels of potassium and sodium, and proper acid or alkaline balance. The importance is incomparable. Every single function of the body is dependent on the efficient flow of water, and so it is the primary substance and leading agent in all events that water is in human body.
Every one of us knows that water is good for the body, but we seem unaware of just how essential it is. Often times we can scurry through the day without the slightest remembrance of our need to take in water. Our body is reminding us, like the time we sought to have a bowel movement and we ended up laboring to do so. This is a clear signal that water is absorbed through the stomach lining but reabsorbed back into the system in the large intestine to help move unabsorbed matter through. Tiredness we feel during the day is another signal of the body telling us that our oxygen carrying capacity of our blood was diminished because our blood stream was beginning to resemble drought like conditions as a result of water shortage which results into not enough supply of oxygen to the brain and other tissues, so we begin to feel tired. Among body organs, brain function takes priority in water consumption. The brain is 20% of the total body weight, but it receives 20 percent of blood circulation. Another good example how the body seeks to inform us is the blemishes appearance on our skin. Our body is saying that there is inadequate plain old natural water intake. We also make matters worse by making a catastrophic mistake and substituting pure natural water with manufactured beverages such as cola, coffee, tea, and alcohol. It is true that those beverages contain water, but they also contain substances that are dehydrating.
The maintenance of a constant volume of water is key to good health, imbalance will create an imbalance in distribution of fluids between cellular walls and in the transportation of elements and chemicals messengers and nutrients through cellular walls. Water shortage in different areas of the body will manifest itself in symptoms and complications that we simply call disease.
Have in mind that the key to abundant health always revolves around working in harmony with our body’s needs rather than working against it.

By understanding the vitality of water in one side, and knowing that our body is continually losing fluids throughout the day on the other hand, then we will have good sense in taking our regular fluids consumption.

This can be done by following simple principles of taking fluids regularly.

First Start your day by drinking one or two glasses of pure natural water 15-20 minutes before you eat anything. This will serve the body as a wake up call to clean prior impurities. To get optimal results I will recommend for your wake up drink to be distilled water with fresh lemon juice. You want those impurities (toxins) to be eliminated from your body. Distilled water is nature’s perfect agent for doing so. It is the simplest pure water, without any minerals chemical or other impurities.

Many recommend that we drink about eight glasses of water a day, but the best way of knowing your water intake quantity is by taking your body weight, divide it in half and whatever number you get match it with that many ounces of water intake each day. For example if your weight is 150 pounds then your water consumption should be 75 ounces per day.

The maintenance of a constant volume of water is key to good health, imbalance will create an imbalance in distribution of fluids between cellular walls and in the transportation of elements and chemicals messengers and nutrients through cellular walls. Water shortage in different areas of the body will manifest itself in symptoms and complications that we simply call disease.

It is very important to know that drink with meals should be avoided. Because of dilution of digestive enzymes, this slows down the digestive process. You want the stomach acids and digestive juice to remain concentrated enough in order to digest your food completely. If you have to drink with meals, limit the quantity of liquids to four ounces or less of room temperature or warm liquids.

Wait for an hour before drinking ice cold large quantities of liquids. Drinking warm liquids is highly recommended in situations of being upset or angry or after a hard workout. Doing so will help you become calm faster.
By following the simple principles of regular fluid intake, we can see and feel the difference in building health, by making our body more efficient by metabolizing digesting and eliminating foods properly. You surely will see results on energy levels. Drink to your vibrant health, take your pure water of life freely to rejuvenate and feel great again!

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