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Top 5 Benefits of Drinking Water

Feb. 8, 2021, 11:04 a.m. by Karuwaki Speaks ( 405 views)

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1.Increases Energy & Relieves Fatigue- Since your brain consists of 73% water, drinking it helps you think, focus and concentrate better and be more alert. As an added bonus, your energy levels are also boosted!

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2.Promotes Weight Loss- Removes by-products of fat, reduces eating intake (by filling up your tummy if consumed prior to meals), reduces hunger, raises your metabolism and has zero calories!

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3.Flushes Out Toxins- Gets rid of waste through sweat and urination which reduces the risk of kidney stones and UTI’s (urinary tract infections).

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4.Improves Skin Complexion- Moisturizes your skin, keeps it fresh, soft, glowing and smooth. Gets rid of wrinkles. It’s the best anti-aging treatment around!

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5.Maintains Regularity- Aids in digestion as water is essential to digest your food and prevents constipation.

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So, keep yourself well hydrated and drink plenty of water.

Japanese water therapy

 

Japanese water therapy involves drinking several glasses of room-temperature water every morning when you first wake up. The objective of this therapy is to use water in your daily life to balance and regulate your health.

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The therapy includes the following steps that should be repeated daily:

1. Drink four to five 3/4-cup (160-ml) glasses of room-temperature water on an empty stomach upon waking and before brushing your teeth, and wait another 45 minutes before eating breakfast.

2. At each meal, eat only for 15 minutes, and wait at least 2 hours before eating or drinking anything else.

If you follow this water therapy properly, you will notice a change in the way your body works. This is because when your digestive system works properly, it boosts your metabolism as well. As a result, you tend to lose weight in a healthy manner, minus all the side-effects of the fad diets.

Disclaimer: This article is not a substitute for qualified medical advice. Please consult your trusted medical professional for further information.


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