Why is drinking water so important?

What symptoms will you have if your body is lacking water?

Why children are more prone to dehydration?

Benefits of Water

Why is drinking water so important?

Did you know that 2/3 of our body weight is made of water? It is the key element to our body structure and growth; every life giving process that happens inside our body and every little cell in it requires water. Thus, it is essential to drink enough water for it makes up:

 

In addition to all the above, water regulates our body temperature, protects and lubricates our joints, carries nutrients and oxygen to our cells, moisturizes the air inside the lungs (so we even need water to breath!), helps members carry out their vital functions and protects the internal organs and helps them to absorb nutrients.

It’s Amazing What Water Can Do to Our Body!

What symptoms will you have if your body is lacking water?

Tips to make sure that you are consuming sufficient quantity of water

A table to monitor your water intake:

Organize your daily water intake based on your weight, and follow the daily table to monitor it.

Count the number of “Nova” bottles, by checking every cell of the “water intake table”. A month later, examine your body and see the improvement!

 

Weight (Kgs) 18-22.5 22-27 27.5-31.5 32-36 36.5-45 45.5-54.5 55-63.5 64-72.5 73-81.5 90.5
Liters / Day 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.4-1.8 1.8-2 2-2.4 2-2.6 3

 

Drinking water helps you control your weight

Why children are more prone to dehydration?

Tips for Keeping Your Kids Hydrated:

Drink up Water for a Healthy pregnancy:

Water plays a key role in ensuring a healthy pregnancy. It transports nutrients and oxygen to the cells and muscles and to the fetus through the blood, and prevents bladder infection, which is very common among pregnant women.

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