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9 Ways to Drink Water with Intention

Published on 4/7/2018
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The main reason to drink water is to hydrate your cells. If it is not specifically performing this function, all else pales in comparison. If you aren't nourishing your body at the cellular level then it is only a matter of time for structural breakdown to occurs. And then it can be soooo  hard to restore.
 
So today we discuss Drinking with Intention. 
 
1. Know and honor your own goals. The eight glass rule isn’t necessarily for everyone. Weight and exercise also factor into how much you should drink a day. A good rule of thumb is to shoot for half of your body weight in ounces of water. So at 150 pounds, your body's request to maximize its efficiency is about 75 ounces - more if you work out on a particular day - a rough guideline - for every hour of exercise, drink an extra quart of water. Replenishment is critical.
 
2. Don’t feel like you have to start flooding yourself with water from the onset. Find your rhythm and ease into it. 
 
3. When you want to drink a soda, consider the pros and cons and the aim of where you are wanting to take your body and your health. Is the soda going to help you or hinder you?
 
4. At a minimum, drink filtered water. Tap water can be contaminated with heavy metals, microorganisms, chlorine, fluoride, and other impurities.
 
5. Make water accessible! Make a gallon of HD Enhanced Water enriched with Hydration Drops, daily. Put it in the refrigerator to make it available to all family members. This makes it super convenient, removing all limiting excuses.
 
6. Prioritize planning ahead. If you know you’re going to be out and about all day or sitting forever at a desk, keep a bottle on hand. As a matter of fact, you should plant them strategically in the areas that you habitually frequent - your car, office, bedroom, etc.
 
7. Use your creativity to add different fruit for flavoring, just for variety. Cucumbers are great as well as thin lemon slices (btw lemon is a natural detoxer). Mint extract or leaves can also turn drinking water into a refreshing experience. Frozen fruits like grapes, strawberries, orange slices and pineapple chunks can double as sweeteners and ice cubes.
 
8. Always keep a bottle of water with you and sip on it throughout the day.
 
9. If you respond best to third party authority, set a timer to go off every hour or so and drink when reminded.
 
Drink the water I drink to feel terrific from the inside out.
 
 
I add six simple drops to a gallon of distilled water and my cells are being renewed daily. I am fully hydrated and receiving additional oxygen and nutrients, all while gently detoxing throughout the day. 
 
 
There is no comparison.
 
 
Drink Up!
 
  Coach Kim
 
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