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Anti Aging Water!

Anti Aging begins with water. Water is the 3rd micro-nutrient.  Your body needs the anti aging benefits of water and lots of it.          

Interestingly, although water regulates all the functions of your body, the body cannot store water.  Therefore you must drink water regularly and frequently throughout the day.

Your body is made up of approximately 75% fluids and 25% solids. Your brain is made up of 85% water.

Water is a primary nutrient for all brain functions and transmission of information. Next to oxygen, water is the most essential material for the efficient workings of your brain.

Anti Aging water plays a fundamental role in maintaining or restoring your good health.  It maintains the body in good working order and also may prevent or heal many disorders and health problems.

Take charge of your health and address your body’s most basic need--anti aging water.                         

How much water should I drink each day?

Take your morning weight and divide it in half.  For example if you weigh 128 pounds, then your ideal intake of water is 64 ounces per day.  If you are not normally a water drinker, you might wonder how you are ever going to drink that much water every day.

The easiest way is to gradually increase your intake each day. Begin your day by drinking anti aging water before breakfast, during your morning break, before lunch, during your afternoon break and before dinner in the evening.

Drink before you are thirsty!

Once you are a regular anti aging water drinker, every day before breakfast, drink 2 glasses of water, 8 ounces each.

Instead of having a coffee at your morning break, try an 8oz cup of hot or cold water with a slice of lemon in it.  If you prefer a sweeter taste, stir in a packet of stevia.

During the remainder of your morning, sip the equivalent of 16 ounces of
anti aging water.

Repeat this process after your lunch and before your dinner in the evening.

What are the benefits of drinking water?

The medical world has always been very conscious of the hazards of dehydration.  Now there seems to be to an increased interest in the many benefits of keeping your body hydrated.  

There are many anti aging benefits to drinking water.

Weight Control

The active life we lead often contributes to failure to pay attention to the needs of our body. The thirst signal may be confused with the sensation of hunger not only increasing the risk of dehydration but also increasing the consumption of food when a glass of water is all your body really needs.

When you think you are hungry, consider the possibility that you may only be thirsty.

Anti Aging Water contributes to optimal health.

  • Makes the skin smoother, firmer and reduces the effects of aging.
  • Gives shine to your eyes.
  • Decreases hot flashes and premenstrual pain.
  • Washes out the acidity of the cell and makes the cell interior alkaline, balancing the PH level.
  • Flushes deposits of toxic sediments from your joints, kidneys, liver, brain and skin.
  • Helps reduce fatigue.
  • Helps to prevent the loss of memory as you age, reducing the occasion of many diseases that affect your memory.

Will I gain weight if I drink half my body weight in water?

To answer this question, may I take you back to Dr. Simeon’s Pounds and Inches.  The following is a direct quote from his manuscript.

"Patients are usually hard to convince that the amount of water they retain has nothing to do with the amount of water they drink.

When the body is forced to retain water, it will do this at all costs. If the fluid intake is insufficient to provide all the water required, the body withholds water from the kidneys and the urine becomes scanty and highly concentrated, imposing a certain strain on the kidneys.

If that is insufficient, excessive water will be with-drawn from the intestinal tract, with the result that the feces become hard and dry. On the other hand if a patient drinks more than his body requires, the surplus is promptly and easily eliminated.

Trying to prevent the body from retaining water by drinking less is therefore not only futile but even harmful."

Do I need water when I already drink coffee, tea, juice, sodas and may enjoy a daily cocktail?

Your body needs anti aging water; nothing can take the place of pure, clean water.

Caffeine dehydrates the body, blocks the production of melatonin, and can be toxic to brain cells. Your body uses melatonin to eliminate these free radicals.  Melatonin induces sleep.

  • A cup of coffee contains about 80 milligrams of caffeine
  • A cup of tea contains about 50 milligrams of caffeine
  • One soda contains about 50 milligrams of caffeine.

Both sodas containing caffeine and decaffeinated sodas may also contain artificial sweeteners that should be avoided.

Alcohol in beverages causes dehydration, suppresses the immune system, and produces free radicals.

Status--Where you are in the Program

You can live without food much longer that you can live without water. Water is essential!

You just learned about the many anti aging benefits of water.

  • Flushes toxic waste from your system
  • Contributes to the breakdown of consumed food
  • Deceases the effects of aging

Next Steps

Drinking the equivalent of half your weight, in ounces of water, contributes to maintaining or achieving your optimal health.

Click here to learn about different types of drinking water and discover the cleanest and purest drinking water.

Anti Aging Secret

Coffee, tea, sodas, juice and drinks that contains alcohol, are not substitutes for clean, pure anti aging water. 

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