Samstag, 25. Januar 2014

Why does not the water itself hydrates the body?

Author : Barbara Arbanas Kovacevic
Matrix World
EU officials are late 2011.g ridiculed for banning drinks manufacturers claim that water can prevent dehydration . After three years of investigation , it was concluded that there is no evidence in favor of previous claims . Producers of bottled water are now prohibit such statements will normally be found faced with a two-year prison sentence .
Health standards claim that drinking water prevents dehydration and the need to drink at least 1.2 liters of fluid a day . Eight glasses of water a day , that was the mantra that for decades have pushed healthcare professionals , companies producing beverages and popular media . Where is here and if this statement is correct ?

It may surprise you that there is no scientific evidence to support the said doctrine when it comes to proper hydration of the body . The first recorded scientific recommendations emerged 1945.g a short note when the Committee on Food and Nutrition Board of the National Academy of Sciences released its dietary guidelines . And , as with other dietary recommendations , it appears that water needs vary from person to person . So , how to determine how much water you need as an individual?
There is no doubt that proper hydration is important , because water is key nutrients, but guidelines about eight glasses of water is too simplistic . There is a universal need for water intake and needs will vary depending on age, sex , weight , health and physical activity . Numerous environmental factors , such as the height of air temperature and the amount of moisture , also affect the need for hydration . It is difficult to determine the exact amount of the required individual and thirst should be used as a general guideline . In other words , if you're thirsty , drink , and if not , do not force it just because you believe that it is a healthy habit .
 And what is the content of the water you usually drink? Tap water and bottled water supposedly containing some minerals depending on which source word. However, bottled water is often very expensive and no better than tap water which may contain residues of pharmaceuticals and other chemicals, heavy metals such as chromium, lead and arsenic with intentionally added fluorine and chlorine. The effect of chlorine on human health can be read here came the influence of flora here and here.

According to the ABC News "20/20 took five bottles of national brands of bottled water and a sample of tap water from drinking fountains in the center of New York City and sent them microbiologist Aaron Margolin of the University of New Hampshire in order to test samples of the bacteria that cause disease , such as E. coli. "Actually there is no difference between tap water and bottled water that we evaluated," he said. "

What do they mean and represent certain types of water:

 Tap water is municipal water that has been treated, processed and disinfected.  

The purified chlorine and often it is added fluorine. But one of the byproducts of the use of chlorine in drinking water has been linked to cancer

Distilled water can be any water that is turned into steam and collected while without leaving any solid residues, including minerals. Distilled water contains no minerals

Reverse Osmose water is expelled through membranes that remove larger particles, contaminants and minerals, usually acidic

De-ionized water is devoid of impurities and minerals, but contain bacteria or pathogens

 Water often lack basic minerals necessary to our health. The lack of minerals can cause almost any greater disease known to humankind, including rapid heartbeat and headaches (including migraines). And if you suffer from chronic dehydration, may have some of the following symptoms: craving for sugar and salt, fatigue, thirst, and his sudden attacks, sleep problems (waking up late at night or early in the morning), tension, nervousness, anxiety or panic.

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 The adrenal glands are located just above the kidneys in combination with thyroid order to produce the energy the body needs . These organs together secrete hormones essential for the health of the body , including one called aldosterone . This hormone is secreted by the adrenal gland , and it regulates the concentration of minerals and the water level in the body ( such as , for example , sodium ) to the body moisturized .
Another role of the adrenal glands regulate the body 's response to stress . In modern life, stress is something that is often acutely thereby creating a constant state of adrenal fatigue . This is a very widespread condition . In fact, it is the case with most people , especially women . The greater the stress , the more hormones such as aldosterone and salt orbiting body . How to reduce stress levels , reduces the levels of aldosterone and sodium to leave the bloodstream . Kidneys generate salt , and as he leaves the body in the form of urine , with it goes the water .
Thus , the greater the stress , the adrenal glands is weaker , which means that it needs more hydration . Therefore , even if you drink water all day , can not seem rehydrate the body through adequate supply of minerals which the body needs for good health .
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But in what way can rehydrate the body and maintain a healthy state of the adrenal glands ? With tea drinking nettle soup consumption helps bones , eating cultured foods ( kefir , yogurt , home-grown vegetables ) , liquid minerals as food derived from farm animals ( eggs , meat , raw milk ) , fresh squeezed lemon juice or unsweetened juice cranberries .
The need to gradually consume the liquid because if we drink too quickly , we risk diluting the blood causing faster water excretion by the kidneys . Everyone needs a different amount , but you can keep the golden rule about drinking half your weight measured in ounces ( when converting ounces to grams , multiplied by 28.35 ) . So if weight is 150 , you need to drink 75 ounces . It could be a mineral water and fulvic acid is a great ingredient to add to the water.
During the meal , drink 4 ounces ( 113 grams ) of liquid or less . Drinking more diluted hydrochloric acid and other gastric juices produced by the body to make the correct way to try to metabolize food . Smaller quantities of hot or cold liquids such as soup bones , kefir or kombucha will help to better digest food .
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Avoiding processed and " garbage " food ( junk food ) will also help , as well as avoiding drinks such as alcohol , juices and coffee . These drinks are diuretics that cause the elimination of fluids and minerals from the body . During and after exercise is necessary to compensate for the extra fluid that is lost through the skin , together with salts and minerals . Algae are a good source of minerals , and it is advisable to eat and other seafood especially since it contains iodine , selenium and zinc .
For adequate hydration is important to control the blood sugar level by eating regularly throughout the day . Elevated blood sugar causes osmotic diuresis when sugar output by the kidneys , and it takes the water . This results in the inability of the kidney to re- absorb water . Fermented foods and beverages that are acidic in nature , consuming desire for sugar . It's just one that is obtained from fruits or foods such as carrots .
Drinking water in order to support the work of the adrenal glands is only part of the equation . Everyone in life needs an adequate amount of water , and all the necessary healthy adrenal glands to maintain the balance of fluids and minerals in the body which helps proper hydration . If you drink a lot of water and still feel dehydrated or if you have symptoms of adrenal exhaustion , try to better fill the adrenal glands .

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