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Did you know vitamins aren't the only thing that can help boost your immune system?!? ⁠⠀

Most of us aren't getting enough water on a daily basis, so we are here to help you figure out how much water you should be drinking...⁠⠀⁣⁠⠀

Here's how to calculate it: ⁠⠀

  1. Take your weight (in pounds) and divide that by 2.2.⁠⠀

  2. Multiply that number depending on your age: If you're younger than 30, multiply by 40. If you're between 30-55, multiply by 35. If you're older than 55, multiply by 30.⁠⠀

  3. Divide that sum by 28.3.⁠⠀

  4. Your total is how many ounces of water you should drink each day. Divide that number by 8 to see your result in cups.⁠⠀


If you are exercising, pregnant, or breastfeeding, you'll want to increase your daily water intake. ⠀

For women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, @dr.ferro usually recommends 80-90 ounces. ⁠⠀


Did you know that water helps to:⁠⠀⁣⁠⠀

👉 Cleanses your body of toxins⠀⁣⁠⠀

👉 Boosts your immune system⁠⠀

👉 Regulates your body temperature⠀⁣⁠⠀

👉 Lubricates your joints⠀⁣⁠⠀

👉 Helps to keep you from feeling hungry⠀⁣⁠⠀

👉 Helps keep your skin glowing and youthful ⠀⁣⁠⠀


Lack of Water leads to:⁠⠀⁣⁠⠀

👎 Dehydration⁠⠀⁣⁠⠀

👎 Lower energy - making you feel tired⁠⠀⁣⁠⠀

👎 Constipation⁠⠀⁣⁠⠀

👎 Over eating⁠⠀⁣⁠⠀

👎 Dry skin ⠀⁣⁠⠀

👎 Aging - wrinkles & crepe skin (when you’re dehydrated your skin is noticeably different! If you’re searching for an added wrinkle remover.... add water to your regimen!) ⠀⁣⁠⠀


⁠Moral of this post is to stay hydrated!! 

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