Health. Water, the second most popular beverage we consume after soft drinks. Which might help explain the obesity problem we have in the US. However, this can be avoided if people choose to drink water, which doesn’t have negative side effects. So, put the sugary stuff to the side and make water the number one drink of choice. The benefits really are endless. (Just take a look!)
Fluid balance. Roughly 60 percent of the body is made of water. Drinking enough water maintains the body’s fluid balance, which helps transport nutri- ents in the body, regulate body temperature, and digest food.
Calorie control. Drinking water can also help with weight loss. Numerous studies have found a connection between water consumption and losing a few pounds. The secret? Water simply helps people feel full, and as a result con- sume fewer calories.
Muscle fuel. Sweating during a workout causes muscles to lose water. And when the muscles don’t have enough water, they get tired. So for extra energy, try drinking water to push through that work-out.
Hydrate for your health
Kidney function. Our kidneys process 200 quarts of blood daily, sifting out waste and transporting urine to the bladder. Which means our kidneys need enough fluids to clear away what we don’t need in the body.
Productivity boost. If you are looking to stay focus, a glass of water could help you concentrate and stay refreshed and alert.
Fatigue buster. Move over coffee—water can help fight those tired eyes too. One of the most common symptoms of dehydration is tiredness.
Hangover help. If your night out has got the best of you, help a hangover with a glass of water to hydrate the body and stop that pounding headache.
Pain prevention. Aching joints and muscle cramps and strains can all occur if the body is dehydrated.
Clearer skin. Toxins in the body can cause the skin to inflame, which results in clogged pores and in turn acne.