Your body requires a fresh supply of water daily. Not only is water one of the most abundant nutrients available, but it’s also the most important. Water helps regulate and maintain your body temperature, transports nutrients and oxygen, removes waste products, and moistens your mouth, eyes, nose, hair, skin, joints, and digestive tract. Severely limiting your water intake can result in dehydration, elevated body temperature, fatigue, decreased performance, and increased risk of heat-related illness. Consume at least ten 8-ounce glasses of water per day. Use the water calculator below to determine your suggested daily water intake based on your weight and activity level.
This water calculator is a general guideline and is not meant to replace medical advice or common sense. The calculator does not account for individual factors including health, gender, activity level and duration, weather and humidity as well as foods consumed. Remember to consult your doctor before starting any diet and exercise plan.
Average weight loss with C. canephora robusta was 10.95 lbs. in 60 days with a low-calorie diet, and 3.7 lbs. in 8 weeks with a calorie-reduced diet and moderate exercise. View full study here. Read entire label before use.