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This is What Happens to Your Body When You Drink Water

Eat This, Not That! Logo By © Provided by Eat This, Not That! of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 14: By Christina StiehlIt's one of the best things you can do for your health, and it's totally free.The solution to most of your health problems could be solved with a simple trip to the water fountain. Seriously. Feeling groggy? Have a headache? Want to lose weight? Drink more water. Since your body is made up of about 60 percent H2O, it’s essential that we drink enough to keep our organs functioning properly and keep our body in tip-top shape.Sure, drinking water is in just about every article about health and weight loss, but that’s because it’s so important. And people are starting to catch on; in 2016, Americans drank more bottled water than soda.Whether you prefer pricey bottled brands, filtered from the faucet, or plain old tap water, sipping on agua is essential for overall health. Make sure you're drinking at least 64 ounces a day to reap all of the health benefits—and read on to discover what happens to your body when you drink water, from the editors of Eat This, Not That!. And for the best ways to lose weight, and stay lean for life, don't miss our 50 Ways to Lose 10 Pounds—Fast!

This is What Happens to Your Body When You Drink Water

By Christina Stiehl

It's one of the best things you can do for your health, and it's totally free.

The solution to most of your health problems could be solved with a simple trip to the water fountain. Seriously. Feeling groggy? Have a headache? Want to lose weight? Drink more water. Since your body is made up of about 60 percent H2O, it’s essential that we drink enough to keep our organs functioning properly and keep our body in tip-top shape.

Sure, drinking water is in just about every article about health and weight loss, but that’s because it’s so important. And people are starting to catch on; in 2016, Americans drank more bottled water than soda.

Whether you prefer pricey bottled brands, filtered from the faucet, or plain old tap water, sipping on agua is essential for overall health. Make sure you're drinking at least 64 ounces a day to reap all of the health benefits—and read on to discover what happens to your body when you drink water, from the editors of Eat This, Not That!. 

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