Hiii! It’s Day 5 of the Ultimate Blog Challenge. Today’s tip for writing a blog a day was to write a “step-by-step” guide. Well, I’m going to write just one. One step towards better health, vitality and energy.
Doing this one trick daily may help:
- Flush toxins from your body.
- Clear your skin.
- Alleviate headahes.
- Reduce fine lines on your face and hands caused through “crepe-ing”.
- Increase skin elasticity.
- Reduce appetite.
- Reduce some cravings.
- Increase and support functions of the liver, kidneys and small intestine.
- Often contains trace elements and minerals.
- Assists the body in replacing and rejuvenating at least 60 -70% of it’s cells at a conversion rate of 100%.
- Supplies vital components of the thermodynamic equation required to convert carbohydrates sitting around our vital organs into hydrogen dioxide that can be expelled from our body while we sleep (helps us lose weight).
- There are no known adverse side effects even when mixed with any other substance.
- Alleviate the symptoms of bad-breath.
- Reduces muscle cramps and spasms during and after exercise.
But wait! There’s more! Not only is this resource the original “superfood” of all “superfoods”. It is so super it makes the other naturally grown superfoods increase in abundance upon application.
It is so freely abundant that it has been known to literally fall from the sky.
What is this amazing resource? I hear you ask. What could possibly have such an astounding impact on our bodies? Is it the latest technologically engineered anti-aging solution in liquid form? Is it some weird newly discovered superfruit grown by indigenous populations for millenia like Hawaiian Noni juice or ? Or perhaps trace elements trapped in glacial ice imported from the depths of a long extinct volcano?
Have you figured out what it is yet?
Go on. Take a guess.
Ok. One more hint…
You drink it.
So what is this neat, free and easy trick that will magically improve your looks, vitality and health?
Wait for it …
There is no hype around water yet drinking inadequate amounts on a daily basis will result in anything from headaches to diarrhea, including cramping, fatigue, bad breath, brain fog and even depression.
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine (US) indicate that an adequate daily intake of about a gallon or 15 cups or 3.7 litres of water for men and 11 cups of water for women. If you are only drinking 8 glasses a day, chances are you are dehydrated. You may even be experiencing symptoms such as headache and fatigue.
Next time you feel hungry, tired, or generally down and begore you teach for the coffee, chocolate bar or favourite brand of paracetamol, try a glass or two of water.
Ok. So that’s not just water I’m drinking. It’s actually a special blend of nitritional supplements we take on our gut-health program. You can read all about my gut-health weightloss here.
Be blessed and be a blessing!