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Water is super important on this journey you are taking. Here is why. 

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You've probably heard the recommendation to drink at least eight glasses of water a day (we recommend a minimum of 100 ounces per day), but do you know why it's so important to your health journey? 

Here are 5 facts on how H2O impacts your health. 

  1. Flushes Toxins (and fat): Vital organs need water to flush out toxins that build up in our systems over time. Water helps carry all that gunk out of your body for good (you do want to get rid if it, right?)  

  2. Disperses NutrientsYou are making an effort to eat healthier, thus putting a higher amount of much-needed nutrients into your body. Think of water as the "shuttle" that takes those nutrients to the places your body needs it most. No water shuttle = no delivery of nutrients, which means that yummy kale salad you just ate is going to waste (literally). 

  3. Aids Weight Loss: In addition to flushing out the gunk and shuttling the good stuff around...water can help trick your body (in a good way). Want to learn the trick? Drink an 8 ounce glass of water before each meal and viola, you will feel fuller faster. It can also help reduce pesky cravings that can derail your journey (talk about a wingman!).  

  4. Energizes Muscles: Muscles need water to recover from workouts and to prevent fatigue. Drinking water will give them the magic juice they need to keep moving.

  5. Improves Brain Function: Guess what the brain's main ingredient is? You guessed it - water (good guess by the way!). Your brain is 80% water and it needs water to stay healthy. If you are not drinking enough water, you are likely experiencing things like headaches, fatigue, mental fog, stress and insomnia. 

These are just a few of the reasons drinking enough water is important and if you are like most people, you are not drinking enough. That is why we've given you a handy water bottle and asked you to log how much you drink each day. Even just the act of becoming aware of how much you do (or don't) drink, is going to progress your health forward. 

Our bodies are nearly 60% water. Drinking enough water can make or break your wellness progression. 

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