How much water should we drink?

Good clean filtered water is vital for our health. Not bottled in plastic, nor from the tap loaded with chlorine and fluoride, but filtered or if you can get it, fresh stream water.

Over the last few decades I've been in practice I have found some peeps just don't get thirsty, and do not drink much water at all. They say to me 'I forget' or 'I don't get thirsty'...

Lack of water intake can/may cause following symptoms:

  • Lack of water can cause build up of stones in our kidneys
  • Irritated urethra which feels sort of like a bladder infection but isn't
  • Early aging
  • Smelly urine
  • Sluggish lymphatic system
  • Make you more prone to kidney and bladder infections
  • Headaches
  • Bad skin

I always tell my patients drink enough so your urine is clearish - that's how you know you are drinking enough water!! And no... tea or coffee do not substitute for water! Nothing can substitute water folks.

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