The Gift of Living Water

April 8, 2020
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One way for us to give back to our clients is by creating this health awareness campaign. At Whistle Clean Australia, we care about your health. That’s why we want to raise awareness about the importance of drinking water.

In one of our past newsletters, we talked about how we all need water to survive. This month, we would like to tell you about some more benefits of drinking water.

You can rest assured that the information you are about to read comes from reliable sources such as Tony Robbins, Dr. Deepak Chopra, Dr. Robert Young, and Wim Hof, as well as other health professionals that have had major breakthroughs in the health industry.When it comes to losing weight and keeping it off, water can be your best friend. In fact, studies show that drinking more water can actually help the body burn stored fat. This makes sense, as we already know the body can’t function properly when it’s dehydrated.

Plus, drinking water is also a great way to naturally suppress your appetite. Water has no calories, but still keeps your belly full. This is great news for problem snackers.

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Bloat, also known as water retention, can make you look heavier than you are. This is especially frustrating for those of us who stick to a disciplined workout schedule and diet. If your belly looks huge, even though you haven’t gained any weight, then it’s probably just bloat.

Your body goes into survival mode when it doesn’t get enough water. It thinks water is scarce, so it holds on to as much of it as possible – hence, water retention. Bloat is also a problem for many people today because a lot of our food is processed with too much salt.

The best treatment for bloat is to drink more water. If you eat a lot of salt, then you will need to drink even more water to flush out all the excess sodium from your system.Want to build muscle? Then you need to stay hydrated. Water helps your muscles function properly. In fact, muscle tightness and cramping are early signs of dehydration.

Drinking water also helps keep your skin plump and resilient, so it doesn’t sag when you lose weight.

Water also keeps your joints lubricated. It is an important component of synovial fluid, which is the fluid between your joints. When you life weights, the stress on your joints increases. If you want optimal performance, as well as healthier joints, then you need to maintain your synovial fluid by drinking more water.

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During weight loss, the body has more waste to get rid of. Water helps rid the body of this waste.

And if you’re suffering from constipation, then you might want to drink more water. When the body doesn’t get enough water, it takes what it needs from within. Water is siphoned away from places like the colon in order to meet the body’s more critical needs. The result? Constipation. In short, if you want to have normal bowel functions, drink water.On average, everyone should drink around 6-8 glasses of water a day.

If you want to be more precise, then you’ll need to drink 1 litre of water for every 22 kilograms of your body weight. So, if you weigh 88kg, then you need to drink 4 litres of water a day.

It is also better to drink small amounts throughout the day, rather than chugging all 8 glasses in one go. Aim for 4 ounces of water every 30 minutes.

Additionally, at least 80% of your diet should consist of water-rich food. You might remember from last year’s newsletter that fruits and veggies are the foods with the highest water content. Unfortunately, the typical Australian diet consists of only 15% water-rich food.

As you can see, water is very important to your overall health. So make drinking water a habit. You’ll feel a huge difference in your health and energy!Health and cleanliness go hand in hand. That’s why we created a new white paper download just for you! It is free, with no obligations.

This white paper will help you identify any cleaning challenges, and their appropriate solutions. It also shows statistics about common cleaning challenges in today’s workplace, and what strategies are best used to overcome them.

We want to help you create a clean working environment where people can thrive.

Click on the button below to download your white paper now!

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