“The human body is 70 percent water. You’ve got roughly 10 to 13 gallons/45 to 59 litres of water in your body. Water makes up 75 percent by volume, of your muscles and heart, 83 percent of your brain and kidneys, 86 percent of your lungs and 95 percent of your eyes. Even 22 percent of your bones is actually water. Most telling of all, your blood is 90 percent water. You are, quite literally, what you drink.

If you don’t drink enough – and most Americans don’t – or if you drink the wrong things, you will compromise your body and your health. Your weight will be one obvious sign of that compromise. That’s why I firmly believe the single most important thing you can do to not only be healthy but also to find and stay at your ideal weight is to drink good water – and plenty of it.”

– Dr. Robert Young – ‘The pH Miracle For Weight Loss’

Straight from the horses mouth! Pardon the expression Best Keto Diet Pills Dr. Young. Listen, if you want to shrink that waist line and stop being afraid of the mirror, beach and pool, then this is one of the MOST IMPORTANT steps you need to take.

But there are 2 things you need to consider when swigging down the extra fluids…

1 – How much should you be drinking?

2 – What should you be drinking?

How much should you be drinking?

However much you are drinking right now probably isn’t enough, especially if you are struggling with your weight.

According to Dr. Young “The average adult loses about 2-3 litres of fluid a day through sweating, breathing, urinating, moving, even sleeping, and the body becomes dehydrated if it isn’t replaced. If you don’t get enough water then you will get fat. Simple as that.”

So what is the actual amount you should be aiming for? Here’s the simple formula Dr. Young offers…

1 litre of water for every 30 pounds of your body weight!

For example: If you weigh 120 pounds you should be drinking approximately 4 litres.

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