Here's How Much Water You Really Need in a Day, According to Nutritional Scientists.


However, according to the Dietary Reference consumption, water should account for 35% to 54% of your daily fluid consumption. So, four to six cups of water for women, and five to eight glasses of water for males, if you do the math.

It's not like someone giving you lousy advise by advising you to drink more water. In truth, eight cups of water per day—or consuming half your body weight in ounces of water—isn't the worst notion among the wacky diet culture beliefs that originate from the Internet.

 However, it's crucial to concentrate on being hydrated and consuming adequate fluids throughout the day, which may come from a number of sources. 

 Staying hydrated is crucial for a variety of vital physiological processes, including delivering nutrients and oxygen to your cells, clearing bacteria from your bladder, assisting with digestion, regulating blood pressure,

safeguarding organs and tissues, and controlling body temperature, according to the Harvard Medical School blog. 

 According to the British Journal of Nutrition, drinking adequate water helps the brain function and reduces weariness, stress, and worry.

Although being hydrated is vital for your general health, the daily suggested amount of water isn't as high as many of us had thought. The U.S.

National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine recommend 15.5 cups (3.7 liters) of fluids per day for males and 11.5 cups (2.7 liters) per day for women as a sufficient daily fluid intake. 

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