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Author: phillip skinner

We’re all heard about drinking eight glasses of water
a day. Is that really necessary?

How can something so simple transform our health
and existence?

Your body consists of 70% water. Almost every part
of your body relies on water to function. Water aids
the circulation of our blood. It helps us digest the
food we eat, and convert it into energy. Water helps
our bodies to flush out toxins and acidic waste.

Have you ever driven a car that overheated? In the
past, I’ve driven a clunker car that started to shake
and shut down. I remember the first time it happened.
How embarrassing! I called my dad, who recommended
adding some water to the radiator.

Anyway, I had to look in my instruction manual to
locate my radiator. When I found it, I added some water.
My car slowly returned to normal. I couldn’t believe it!
My car was drive-able again.

Water does the same thing to our bodies. It helps us to
cool down. Water regulates your body's temperature,
much like a car uses water in the radiator.

What about drinking coffee or Diet Coke, isn’t that good
enough? Actually, it is difficult for the body to get water
from any other source than water itself.

Tea, coffee, carbonated soft drinks, beer, alcohol, cow’s
milk, and store-bought juices drain tremendous amounts
of water from the body. That's right, these drinks actually
dehydrate the body!

Some of these drinks are so concentrated that they
must be diluted with water inside the body in order to be
digested. Unfortunately, these TV commericals have it
all wrong. Rather than energize the body.... carbonated
soft drinks and caffeinated beverages actually dehydrate
the body.

If you don’t drink enough water, you may suffer from
chronic cellular dehydration. When your body’s cells
don’t get enough water, they become weak and vulnerable
to disease. Your immune system becomes susceptible to
chemical, metabolic, nutritional and pH imbalances.

Most people assume that summer is the only time that
dehydration occurs. Surely, we’re more likely to get
dehydrated if we’re working up a sweat, or it is hot outside.
Actually, dehydration can occur anytime, anywhere, year
round. In the winter, we turn on the heating, which makes the
air dry. This can quickly dehydrate the body. A number of
diseases are caused by dehydration, including diabetes,
stroke, asthma, arthritis, depression, hypertension, and

When the human body begins to get dehydrated, it initiates
a drought management system that seeks to conserve water.
That's why shouldn't wait until you’re thirsty to drink water.
Thirst perception is not an accurate indicator of the need to
drink water. If possible, drink a galloon of water every day

The next time you’re in the grocery store, grab a case of
bottled water. Take water with you wherever you go.
Drink up; your body will thank you for it!

To learn more about the benefits of water, click here to
download a F*R*E*E special report: “The Healing Power
of Water: An Interview with Dr. Batmanghelidj.”


All the best,

Phillip Skinner

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