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The Human Body comprises 50 to 65% water.


In general, Men have more water in their bodies than Women, primarily because men have more muscle mass and less fat than women.


Water is considered the most critical nutrient in one’s daily life. One can live only a few days without it. Every process in the body requires water.

  • It helps digest food
  • Acts as solvent for minerals, vitamins, amino acids and glucose
  • Carries nutrients through the system
  • Lubricates joints
  • Serves as a shock absorber to the spinal cord and eyes
  • Maintains body temperature
  • Rids body of waste products through urine
  • Eliminates heat through skin, lungs and urine
  • Keeps skin supple
  • Assists in muscular contractions


Possible Early Warnings of Dehydration

  • Dizziness
  • Headache
  • Fatigue
  • Thirst
  • Flushed Skin
  • Blurred Vision
  • Muscle Weakness


Drinking Plenty of Water consistently helps in losing fat. Why?

  • Kidney-Liver Function ----- Kidneys require abundant water to function properly. If they do not get enough water, the liver takes over the function of the kidneys. This diverts the liver’s primary duty to metabolize stored fat into useable energy. Thus fat-loss stops or plateaus.
  • Apetite Control ----- Lots of water on your tongue keeps taste buds cleaned of flavours that might trigger a craving. Besides it keeps stomach full between meals.
  • Urine Production ----- Steps up production of urine which allows the body to lose heat calories or fat in the fastest and most effective way
  • Constipation Help ----- One of the roles of water is to flush waste from the body. This is an essential task in fat metabolism which in turn helps the individual to be more consistent and regular with bowel movements