The  slightest bit of dehydration can negatively affect how we function, from energy levels to digestion  even immunity.



Hydration improves ability to absorb nutrients, as well as keeping digestive system regular.



Hydration helps break down food and keeps stool soft



Increasing water intake improves hydration of the stratum corneum, which is the outer layer of skin. 



Mild dehydration is linked to more fatigue, less alertness, and a lower mood.



Upping H2O intake may help adults with obesity, reduce body fat, and lose weight.



On average, adults drink about 39 ounces per day, and the ideal amount varies though typically should be higher. 



Dividing ones weight in pounds by two, results in the number of ounces of water per day that should be consumed.



Fruits and vegetables have a high water content that helps you meetdaily quota of water intake.



Fruits like cantaloupe, strawberries, and watermelon and vegetables such as lettuce, cabbage, celery, spinach, and cooked squash are about 90 percent water.



Dairy products, including milk, yogurt, and cottage cheese, are also good sources of water.








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