3. Water Wonders

One glass of
Forever Healthy
Healthy, ‘Living’, Energized,
Restructured, pH Balanced,
Medical Grade Purified Water

can shut down hunger cravings for most people.

Lack of water or too much water can cause fatigue.

8-10 glasses of water can lubricate and ease back and joint pain, if you have this need for extra hydration.

The average person needs to take in 2 liters (2.1 quarts) of liquids of water, from all sources daily.  


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Plan your Water Intake according to your Activity. 

Athletes are advised to drink water every 15-20 minutes, to keep hydrated, as they are exercising. Water will also assist in preventing over heating of the body during intense physical exertion. 

The National Athletic Trainers’ Association Position Statement recommends consuming 17 to 20 ounces of water [26] (2-3 cups) (or fresh juice), two to three hours before exercise and 7 to 10 ounces of water (1 cup) (or fresh juice) within 10 to 20 minutes of starting to exercise.   


In the winter, even though you might not feel thirsty as much as in the hot weather, it is crucial to ensure you still drink at least 2 liters a day, or take it through your fresh organic fruits and veggies. As well, most people eat heavier fatty meals, so drinking helps to keep the colon, liver and gallbladder flushed and functioning optimally.

It is essential to obtain at least 2 liters of water a day in the winter.

Dehydration is caused by not drinking enough fluids.

Drink enough Fluids on Hot Days.  

Hot weather can cause rapid fluid loss. The symptoms can be excessive thirst, dizziness and a spaced-out feeling.

Urinating 4 to 8 times a day is average, even less frequently in hotter weather. 

Exercising in the Sunshine 

If you are in the sun and heat, be sure to drink extra Forever Healthy Healthy, ‘Living’, Energized, Restructured, pH Balanced, Medical Grade Purified Water to compensate for the extra sweating of fluids from your body. [27]



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Drink water, all you care for, before, during and after engaging in strenuous activity. [28]

Best Time to Drink Liquids:

Ideally, drinking 15 minutes or more before meals and 1 hour or more after meals, will maximize your digestion power, by not diluting your body’s own digestive enzyme powers. [29] This will minimize any bloating, allowing the most utilization of all-whole-foods’ vitamins & minerals, amino acids, fatty acids, enzymes and phytonutrients.

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References and Resources:

[26]  Casa, Douglas J. , PhD, ATC, CSCS (Chair); Armstrong, Lawrence E. , PhD, FACSM; Hillman, Susan K., MS, MA, ATC, PT;  Montain, Scott J., PhD, FACSM; Reiff, Ralph V.  MEd, ATC; Rich, Brent S.E., MD, ATCi; Roberts, William O.,  MD, MS, FACSM; Stone, Jennifer A., MS, ATC. National Athletic Trainers’ Association Position Statement: Fluid Replacement for Athletes. Journal of Athletic Training. [Internet]. 2000;35(2):212–224. www.journalofathletictraining.org [[cited April 6, 2010]. Available from: http://www.nata.org/statements/position/fluidreplacement.pdf 
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[27]   http://foodnsport.com/blog/articles/nutrition-and-athletic-recovery-part-ii-of-ii.html cited March 18, 2010.

[28]   http://foodnsport.com/blog/articles/nutrition-and-athletic-recovery-part-ii-of-ii.html cited March 18, 2010.

[29]   http://www.rawfoodexplained.com/application-of-food-combining-principles/planning-meals.html
cited April 7, 2010.


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