You walk past the mirror, taking a look at yourself before you walk out the front door. The mirror shows what you already feel: tired, depressed and frumpy. Your eyes roll over the image before you, leaning in, reviewing the face you wear every day.
It’s not what you want staring back at you: the shell of the former person you remember.
Feeling now robbed even more, you take a deep sigh and walk away, looking for your car keys that are somewhere in the house.
Today is your appointment with Dr. Stevenson. Last month he told you to try the new prescription for 30 days and come back to see how it’s been working.
You continue to grumble to yourself as you fidget in the kitchen pouring another cup of coffee, black today, like your mood.
You figure it’s better to mumble it out now before you get to the office and have to wait for 30 minutes to see Dr. Stevenson.
Cup in hand, keys found, you make your way to the car. The drive is only 15 minutes, but you’re already tired just from having to get ready and leave the house.
As the traffic and landscape waves by you, you let your mind wonder.
Looking out the window, stopped at a red light, you see everyone else carrying on their normal lives, carefree and unaware of all the pain you’re experiencing. But would they care if they knew? What troubles do they face?
You scan the faces of the drivers around you. A business man, looking tired and on edge. A young woman with a cigarette in her hand and a car full of garbage. Another woman, this one in her mid 50’s, is well established looking. You wonder if she’s just come back from yoga with the girls or if she’s on her way to brunch.
You scan the rearview mirror and look at your own eyes.
You wake from your daze, the light is green and you’re late. Quickly hitting the petal to the metal, you move forward with light thoughts of what if and I wish but by the time you arrive to the office, those thoughts have passed.
Besides having your weight checked, blood pressure and temperature taken, Dr. Stevenson has you sit on a small chair/bed with that loud crinkly white paper. (Which you’ll leave a fabulous butt print on.) As he walks into the room he greets you with the same standard questions while half heartedly listening and thumbing through your file.
“So how has it been going…how’s the medication we prescribed working…are you drinking enough water?”
Women, Water & Weight Loss
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Water is the most important place to start. Period.
There have been many articles written on why water is good for you, how to drink more water, and there are 80 million different companies selling you ways in which to store your water, filter your water, and keep it fresh.
Now, while all of that is just peachy, Eat2Live believes if we teach you WHY water is so important; if we give you the information, you can start healing yourself.
According to H.H. Mitchell, Journal of Biological Chemistry 158, the brain and heart are composed of 73% water, and the lungs are about 83% water. The skin contains 64% water, muscles and kidneys are 79%, and even the bones are watery: 31%.
Life starts on a cellular level. Cancer starts on a cellular level. Water is a vital nutrient to the life of a cell and is the building material to every living thing on this earth. Including you.
Water helps to regulate our internal body temperature by sweating and respiration. It acts as a shock absorber for your brain and spinal cord.
Water helps to form saliva and even lubricates joints. It can prevent and alleviate headaches because it’s the primary source of transportation for all nutrients to the body.
Water helps to maintain a healthy body weight by boosting your metabolism and helping to regulate appetite. It also helps with the digestion process and constipation.
If 83% of your lungs are composed of water, if 79% of your muscles and kidneys are made up of water, AND it provides all of these benefits… are you drinking enough or are you waiting on someone to bottle it and sell it to you?
Go back to basics of weight loss.
Be your Own Hero.
Drink water like your life depends on it, because it does.