Are you drinking enough water, and doing so every day?
Most people don’t realise that a deficiency in this key “nutrient” can cause so many ailments, including cancer
We need to keep reminding ourselves that drinking sufficient clean water every day is probably the most important daily practice for a healthy lifestyle.
This is hardly surprising since over 75% of our body is water or fluids created from water.
According to a new article by Ty Bollinger, the creator of the amazing video series “The Truth About Cancer”:
“Conventional wisdom dictates that people should consume at least eight 8-ounce glasses of water daily for good health.”
My opinion based on my own research is that this varies from person to person, but the simplest gauge is to listen to your body and taste buds. When your body needs water you will start to crave it or feel thirsty, and it will taste really good.
Once you have drunk enough to satisfy your body’s needs the water will start to taste less attractive and make you feel full. Amazing but true, I have tested it a number of times as I didn’t believe it when I first read it.
But, according to the article “the importance of adequate water intake extends far beyond just avoiding dehydration as clean water may be perhaps the most important “nutrient” for effective detoxification and prevention of cancer”
Highlights from the article
“From the perspective of healthy digestion, water is critical to keep things moving. It pushes food along through the intestinal tract while helping to keep the gut lubricated and flexible.
Water also helps flush toxins from the digestive tract, preventing their build-up and any resultant disease, most notably cancer of the colon.
Water also provides nourishment for the body’s cellular system, serving as a primary foundational component of the very structure of cells.”
According to the United States Geological Survey (USGS), water creates saliva used for digestion, maintains proper membrane moisture levels, promotes the growth, survival, and reproduction of cells; flushes waste (mainly in the form of urine), and lubricates joints,
Water and Cancer Prevention
Ty Bollinger also says that “Water also helps protect the vital organs, specifically bladder, colon, and breast tissue, against cancer. .
Israeli researchers evaluated a series of studies looking at fluid intake in relation to cancer and discovered that maintaining optimal hydration is essential for thwarting this increasingly common disease.
The study review explains. “Study participants in the highest quintile of fluid intake had a 49% lower incidence of bladder cancer than those in the lowest quintile.”
You can read the full article by clicking on the link below: