Stay Hydrated H2o


This post is going to be a reminder for my self and a benefit for who read this.

Why stay hydrated is important?

In general I think that maintain a certain amount of water in your system is good for doing exercise, help with your skin, it help your body and system and it help to eliminate bad toxins and clean your system.

Benefitis of drinking water:

  • Help to loss weight
  • Healthy Skin
  • Fight Infection
  • Get rid of body toxins
  • Healthy Heart
  • Boost Energy
  • Prevent joints pains and arthritis.
  • Prevent constipation
  • Reduce risk of cancer
  • Improves productivity
  • Help with body temperature

H2o is good for you it’s safe and essential for the human. The water don’t have any calories.

The best way to stay hydrated is drinking water and eating right stuff.

Example: cucumber, watermelon, spinach, tomatoes, lettuce, carrots, celery, grapefruit, brocoli and watercress.

Is good to incorporate in your diet good food and ingredients to eat that is going to reflect in your body, your mood, how your think and everything.

How much water is recommended to drink a day?

It depends how much you weight. You can search it; you can find a scale with the weight and the amount of water.

Personal Reminder and Recommendation:

Why I want to stay hydrated?

I’m planning to start my running journey again and is important for my progress, my body and my system have water. It going to help to prevent future injury. Also if you read the benefit of the water it going to help with so many things. It motive me to keep drinking this amazing liquid.

This journey is going to start in few months. I’m very excited to bring you back my posts about; what kind of exercise and routine I did to keep my running diary updated.


Disclaimer: All the information in this post I personally search for my own benefit. The information may vary of source.





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