Water & our Body
The water, an essential element for the human
Our body is made of 70% water. Transpiration, respiration,
perspiration and urine make us loose 2 to 3 litres of water
per day. The organs richest in water are at a first level
blood, then the heart and the brain. A human body can not
live more than 3 days without any water. The water is supplied
to the body by food and more particularly by drinks. In
order to avoid a dehydration of the body and health problems,
each person should drink an average of 2 litres per day.
Water is necessary to get rid of body toxins.
In our food we can find pesticides,
herbicides, insecticides, heavy metals, anti-biotics and
hormones, additives, preservatives and artificial colouring
Several degenerative illnesses are due to chemical and carcinogenic
components that can be found in our water. Water is the
best protection against toxins entering our body because
it can get rid of our body waste. Therefore you should drink
pure and sound water, otherwise your health problems will
be getting worse.
Water prevents from dehydration and illness
newly-born is dehydrated on average 90 % but a person over
65 years old is dehydrated on average 55%. All the aging
symptoms come with a slow cells