Water in the Human Body

Hydration is defined as the process of causing something to absorb water. Drinking just water goes to your stomach and then blood. That’s not even close to true hydration. You have to get water INSIDE your cells. Cellular hydration occurs when electrolytes and fluids travel through cell linings and blood vessels into interstitial and intracellular regions of the entire body.

Cells contain 60% of all water in the body, with roughly one-third of the remainder, surrounding the cells. Some organs contain much more water than others. The brain and kidneys possess the highest percentage of water; the bones and teeth contain the lowest proportion.

Hydration on a cellular level is critical for detoxification and regeneration. Nothing can hydrate cells better than the “naturally distilled” living water of fresh, raw, Fruits, Berries, Melons, Herbs, and Vegetables, which contain organic minerals and electrolytes. Watermelons and “Fresh” Coconut Water are especially among some of the best sources. Alternating melon fasting with dry fasting, can extremely accelerate detoxification on a cellular level. Keep the water inside your body clean and flowing.

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