The Health Segment: Water Does a Body Good

I made for myself pools of water from which to water the forest and make the trees bud.
Ecclesiastes 2:6 (Amplified Version)

 

Have you ever wondered why it’s so important to drink water? You need water to survive, but how does it work? Depending on your makeup, your body is anywhere from 55 to 78 percent water. And because your body uses water in all its cells, organs, and tissues to help regulate its temperature and conserve other bodily functions, it’s important to rehydrate by drinking water and eating foods that contains water.

You may be shocked to find out that water does more than just hydrate the body. It contributes to weight loss, is a natural remedy for headaches, makes your skin will look younger and healthier, increases productivity at work, improves your exercise, helps in digestion and constipation, decreases cramps and sprains, makes you less susceptible to illness, relieves fatigue, keeps you in a good mood, and reduce the risk of bladder and colon cancer.

Learn more about the top 11 reasons for drinking water at: http://www.mangosteen-natural-remedies.com/benefits-of-drinking-water.html.

So if you’re in the mood for a drink, feeling a little parched, or just want to refresh yourself, enjoy a nice cold glass of water. It’s oh so satisfying. Here’s toasting to your good health!

Sincerely,
Stephanie Davis
Executive Administrative Assistant to Dr. Celeste Owens

Disclaimer: Please pray and ask God for direction and always consult a physician before starting any new diet.
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