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Increase Water Intake

Water makes up nearly 70 % of our body. It is important to stay hydrated at all times. The daily water intake required for each person varies depending on age, sex, gender, humidity, physical activities, metabolic conditions, etc.

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What are the benefits of drinking water, and why should it be implemented in one's diet?

Query: Hello doctor, I am an 18-year-old student doing an assignment regarding the benefits of consuming water and why it should be implemented in one’s diet as much as possible. As an expert in nutrition and health, I would love to get your insight and perspective regarding this matter. Please take some...  Read Full »

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Answer: Hello, Welcome to Some of the health benefits of drinking water are listed below: It increases energy and relieves fatigue. Since your brain is mostly made of water, drinking it helps you think, focus, concentrate better and be more alert. It promotes weight loss. It removes by-pr...  Read Full »

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