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Top 5 Benefits Of Drinking Water To Boost Your Immune System

May 3, 2016

waterIn my FREE e-book, Boost Your Immune System, one of the essentials I discuss is staying hydrated. Water is the best way to stay hydrated and with summer around the corner it’s even more important.

Drinking water and staying hydrated has a huge impact on your immune system, it helps your body’s systems function at optimum levels. Drinking plenty of water flushes toxins and brings oxygen into the cells which they need to function properly. Here’s my top five benefits of drinking water to boost your immune system.

1 Water Flushes Out Toxins and Removes Waste

Staying hydrated allows the kidneys to flush out toxins and the digestive tract to remove waste from your body.  One tell tale sign you are not staying hydrated is constipation and this means there is a build up of toxins in the body weakening the immune system.

2. Oxygenates Your Blood

Your blood loves water because it contains oxygen which your cells need to work and function properly. Drinking plenty of water ensures that your blood will carry plenty of oxygen to all the cells of your body. Did you know cancer cells hate oxygen? The muscle fibers, and all your organs need oxygen to function optimally.

3 Water Assists With The Production of Lymph

Lymph is a fluid that runs throughout the lymphatic system. Once of the jobs of the lymph fuluid is to pick up bacteria and move it into the lymph nodes where it can be destroyed. Water helps the production of lymph.

4 Water Helps You Digest Your Food

Without adequate amounts of water in your body the digestive system cannot adequately digest your food. Digestion is a critical component in that it breaks down the food into nutrients, vitamins, minerals and other phytonutrients your body needs to stay healthy and to maintain a strong immune system.

5 Water Prevents and Reverse Illness and Disease

Drinking plenty of water helps keep you healthy in the long term. A surprising number of illnesses can be prevented as well as reversed by simply drinking water and staying well hydrated. This includes:

  • Arthritis and joint problems: Water helps lubricate the joints.
  • Depression: Your brain and gut needs water to produce seratonin.
  • Insomnia: Your brain needs water to produce melatonin.
  • Leukemia and lymphoma: Staying hydrated ensures your body produces lymph fluid and white blood cells to maintain a strong immune system.

These are only a few of the benefits of staying hydrated and drinking adequate water throughout the day.

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