March 2012 Nutrition Challenge


According to an article at, water makes up more than two thirds of the weight of the human body. We can go weeks without food but only about three days without water. Mild dehydration is one of the most common causes of daytime fatigue, and an estimated 75% of Americans suffer from chronic, mild dehydration. A few other things that water does:

  • Serves as a lubricant
  • Forms the fluids that surround the joints
  • Serves as a detox agent
  • Regulates metabolism

So exactly how much water to drink on a daily basis? While this is an issue under debate, a safe guideline I try to follow myself and that I recommend to my clients is to shoot for half of your bodyweight in ounces of water per day. And that’s this month’s nutrition challenge …

March 2012 Nutrition Challenge: Drink 1/2 Your Body Weight in Oz. of Water Per Day

Good luck!


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