In a general perception, when it comes to speak about Importance of Water, people usually assumes that “I know what actual quantity of water intake should be & I take that adequate amount on daily basis.”
So, IN REGARDS TO ABOVE THOUGHT PROCESS, I was wondering that before starting and advancing further with this most important topic of healthy living, WHY NOT make you aware of some known FACTS about Importance of Water :
# About 800-1200 ml of water is LOST in Breathing and Respiration.
# About 900-1500 ml of water is LOST in Urine.
# About 100-200 ml of water is LOST in Feces.
# In total, About 1500-2800 ml of water is Excreted through Lungs, Kidneys, Skin and Feces.
Coming on to the topic – Water is the most important nutrient of the body. One need to understand the Importance of Water and its need in depth. Every cell requires water for smooth and proper functioning of body.
Some drinking water benefits for our body to function properly:
# It helps in proper digestion and absorption of food.
# It participates in various chemical reactions and helps in forming structure of molecules.
# It regulates body temperature.
# Helps minimizing constipation and related issues.
% age of Water content in some commonly used Food Sources:
# 85-87% of water is received by fruits like Apple, Oranges, Apricots, Grapes, etc
# 89% water is received by Onions.
# 50% water is received by Meat.
# Moreover, 1 Cucumber (Kheera) provides 45 ml of Water.
At Last, summing up with an IMPORTANT NOTE :-
High water intake is generally not recommended to the person having Kidney related problems.
Do focus on betterment of your health and even Save Water as its very precious.
Contributed by :- Shivam Agarwal Nutritional Health Consultant goo.gl/MUT4Kd
Categorised in: Health