All About Hydration

Water is the most important nutrient in the body, making up approximately 55-60% of total body mass. It has numerous roles, including transporting nutrients, cushioning bones and joints, regulating body temperature, removing waste, flushing toxins, and moistening oxygen for easier breathing. It cannot be stored long-term so regular, adequate hydration is necessary for the body to function normally.

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The Acid / Alkaline Balance

Due to our lifestyle, many Americans today are too acidic.  When the body is too acidic it is more likely to carry extra weight, have skin problems and develop inflammatory-related illnesses.  Common diseases and disorders associated with an acidic condition in the body include, but are not limited to, osteoporosis, gout, cancer, migraines, constipation, morning sickness, allergies, diabetes and obesity.

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