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Water is the essence of life. It's essential to our body's function and our vitality. Without it, not a single living thing in this world exists. Nearly 70% of the human body is composed of water. All of the body's physical systems rely on it to function correctly. But have you ever wondered how our body absorbs water? Or what happens once it enters the body? Knowing how the human body absorbs water after it has been consumed is essential to eliminating dehydration and promoting good health. So here is a breakdown of what happens once you drink the magic...

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Many of us may not be aware that there's an unrelentingly vicious cycle between diabetes and dehydration. And understanding how this cycle works and how to best deal with it can be the key to unlocking good health and wellness for millions of Americans with diabetes. More than 34 million people or one in ten adults over the age of 20 in the US have been diagnosed with diabetes. And each year, more than 1.4 million new cases of diabetes are confirmed, according to data collected by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The CDC estimates that there could be...

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Contrary to popular belief, drinking water all day long may not be the best way of hydrating throughout the day. I know you might be in disbelief, but studies have shown that drinking water throughout the day can cause over-hydration and have little impact on your body. According to David Nieman, a professor of public health at Appalachian State University, consuming plain water without any other food or nutrients tends to flow right through the digestive system. You might be wondering why? That's because proper hydration isn't about how much water you consume and is much more about absorption, which...

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