70% of our body is water.
If we weigh:
132 lbs = 92 lbs is water.
154 lbs = 108 lbs is water.
176 lbs = 123 lbs is water.
and so on
Generally speaking, people drink and lose (through perspiration, urination, etc) about 0.39 gal to 0.66 gal of water every day. According to our Roxtract Sensei, the water stays in our body for 21/25/28 days respectively. We get rid of body’s water in accordance to the “First come, first go” basis. In other words, the water we drink today stays in our body for 21/25/28 days respectively based on the average consumption of water intake.
Therefore super hydration will mean drinking more than the average of 0.66 gallon a day. (We recommend you drink at least a gallon of water a day!! One and a half if you can handle it.)
If your water intake is less than the minimum requirement, the water will have to stay longer in your body. (Imagine the consequence.)
If your water intake is larger than required, you can shorten the stay of the old water proportionately.
Let’s do it American way according to the latest statistics by American Sports Data, Inc.:
Obesity is rampant in America. It is linked to increasing number of cancer patients, diabetics and heart related problems.
Do you think there is a linkage among overweight, little water consumption and health?
Drink our Roxtract ‘living water’!
How about liquids such as beer, juice, soft drinks, water from vegetables and fruits? Do they count as water intake?
The answer is yes, in terms of water getting out of our body on the first come/first go basis.
However the problem is that alcohol is no good because it turns acidic once in our body, neither are Cokes or Pepsi (diet is worse because it will rob us of calcium from bones, because the solute of the soft drinks is identical to the solute of spent ashes within our body cells; so no metabolism can take place), Gatorade (this should be banned along with aforementioned soft drinks), orange juice (because it will freeze our immune system for up to 5 hours), sweet fruits (from the dietary point of view due to the sugar content) and milk (because it is meant for cow babies, not for mankind).