Scientists say that water constitutes 70% of human body. Of course a quantum physicist would argue that 99.99% of our bodies is nothing but empty space. But I guess whatever is left out from that empty space, 70% of that is water.
From a great skin to fat loss, the benefits of drinking adequate water are universally known. I am not going to harp on the benefits of drinking sufficient water every day. There is enough information on the Internet and hundreds of books have already been written, read and forgotten on this subject.
In this post I am going to share my finding based on a 3-months long personal experiment to increase my daily water intake.
According to one scientific study you should drink 0.033 of a litre of water per day for every kilogram of bodyweight. So if you weigh 65 kg, that is 65 * 0.033 = 2.145 litre of water per day. But that’s bare minimum.
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