Water has 0 calories and can help you lose weight if it replaces high calorie beverages.
Dehydration can reduce your motivation and ability to exercise. The same exercise will feel harder than if you were hydrated.
On average, 60% of your body weight and 75% of your muscle is made up of water.
Each day, you lose about 1 liter (32 ounces) of water from breathing, sweating, and going to the bathroom.
Your body needs water to digest food and absorb nutrients, regulate your body temperature, cushion your joints, and remove waste and toxins.
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