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Why do so many people recommend drinking a gallon of water a day? Does it really make that much of a difference? Find out as Bowmar Nutrition discusses:
An average person should drink somewhere around 2.7 liters-3.7 liters of water per day. If you are an active person, it is important to remember sweating causes you to lose a lot of water, which means you need to drink even more water throughout the day.
There are many benefits to drinking plenty of water. Here are just a few:
Bowmar Nutrition believes when you are fully hydrated, your digestive system moves a lot more smoothly. Drinking enough water throughout the day also eases bloating and inflammation in the stomach.
Sometimes, those feelings of hunger you get may actually be signs you might be a little dehydrated and need to drink more water. We at Bowmar Nutrition know from experience that drinking enough water can help with losing weight or maintaining a healthy weight, because being fully hydrated helps you feel more full and lessens the temptation to overeat.
When you are hydrated, your skin is hydrated, which Bowmar Nutrition believes helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles and can slow down the aging process. Drinking enough water also makes sure your joints and tendons are working correctly, reducing inflammation. It also helps flush bacteria from the bladder, helping you ease the symptoms of illness and allergies, and keeps your kidneys healthy. Importantly, ensuring you are fully hydrated can help you better regulate your blood pressure.
Keep yourself hydrated. This is one of the most important things you can do for yourself. Drinking enough water does so much for your body and is a simple task you can add into your everyday life that can absolutely change your life! Get yourself a water bottle you can bring everywhere. You can even buy a gallon water bottle and challenge yourself to drink it by the end of the day.
STAY HYDRATED, you won’t regret it!
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