Part 1 of 3 in this series on water
Water is a vital nutrient to the health of every cell in your body. It does so many things for your body that it’s importance cannot be understated. History has shown that the civilizations that had the cleanest and purest water were often the strongest, healthiest and most vibrant civilizations of their era. But what does water actually DO for your body?
Water’s Role in Digestion, Metabolism, Cellular Health and Energy
Water serves a number of physiological functions, including:
- Water is the basis of saliva, which begins the digestion process in the mouth.
- In the digestive process, water metabolizes the carbohydrates and proteins from the food and drink you consume.
- Once digested, water transports the nutrients & energy released this from metabolism to your body’s cells. These provide the nourishment to help cells repair themselves and perform .
- Improved digestion translates to improved immune system function.
- It assists in flushing out waste and toxins. Most of this is done through sweating, urination & breathing (the moisture in your breath).
- Water lubricates your joints. This will minimize any feelings of stiffness or soreness.
- It regulates the body’s temperature through sweating.
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