Health Tip- Most people think dehydration is something that would happen if they got lost in the desert and had to go without water for several days. The truth is that chronic (ongoing) dehydration is widespread. Most Americans are in a state of dehydration without even knowing it. Unlike a camel, the human body has no way to store water. Dehydration results when you do not replace all the water that is lost during each day’s activities. Chronic dehydration results when you do not replace all the water day after day.
According to the Mayo Clinic, when water is lacking, numerous functions begin to be curtailed. Headaches, constipation, brain fog, afternoon fatigue, and many other ailments are the result of too little water. . By the time any of these common systems arises, dehydration has already progressed to the point where water is being rationed in your body. Long-term water rationing leads to premature aging and disease.
Chronic dehydration leads to chronic acidosis, research has proven that chronic acidosis leads to some type of degenerative disease, one such disease is cancer, 100% of the people who have cancer will test acidic. Yet we spend millions of dollars trying to find a cure for cancer and they still have not discovered a cure or have they. How many times have you heard of people changing the water they drink and the food they eat and they were able to fight off there cancer, and that goes for most all degenerative disease. If you think, you are hydrating by drinking bottle water, sodas, sports drinks, tap water, and protein supplements, research has shown that the molecules in these drinks are in big clusters and can not penetrate the cell walls to hydrate your body,besides all those drinks are all very acidic to the body. What do you think is the root problem why all these young athletes are getting hurt, look at what they are hydrating themselves with? Gatorade is very acidic to the body. I know I ended up in the hospital with sever cramps due to drinking to much Gatorade, that was the only fluid I drank, www.ddrinkthewater.co.