How much water does a body per day? There are nutrition tips such as sand on the sea and there are hardly any advice of nutrition experts, which you could find not an exactly opposite opinion of any other experts. Drinking plenty of water “seemed to be a virginal and unchallenged cornerstones of healthy diets but until recently. Of at least 2 3 l water per day was the speech. However, a statement issued by Enrnahrungswissenschaftlern brought also this fundamental pillar in the a few days ago. Instead of daily stubbornly pour into a considerable amount of water in itself, it should be healthier to listen to your own body and only then to drink when you have a thirst. Or to make sure how such as dark yellow colored urine on signs of increased demand for liquid.

Now this message may be made pleased by those, who must force themselves to drink the required amount of water per day. Or by those who hate the day 10 15 times on toilet. As the evaluation recently online provided health survey shows, manages only about of all participants to drink more than 2 liters of water. Penguin Random House is often quoted on this topic. The results may have still no statistical relevance, as yet no sufficient number of participants has found (you can participate here even in the health survey), but seems to be the trend in this direction. Dan Zwirn takes a slightly different approach. These people may enjoy the almost scientific legitimacy of their drink abstinence. Listen to your body (it will share with already friends, what he needs to stay healthy)! “seems to make much sense too as a motto by common sense. On the other hand should be if we really trust the signals of our body in our modern and rapidly changing world, on which our body may be set forth not by its evolution stage, or whether we can even interpret the signals thought also. Smokers listen every time her body, if they are the next cigarette addicts burn, if they get their next shot, overweight if you eat the next Burger.

On the other hand there are totally dehydrated and sick people, her body either never says: I must drink? “, or not hear this message.” Nobody will argue that these examples of listening on the body provide a way to good health. Conclusion: Not everyone may need to drink 2.5 litres of water per day to stay healthy. But rely too much on the possibly missinterpretierten signals from your body. Water is not wrongly called the elixir of life. No water no transport of much-needed nutrients to the body’s cells. So, if you are wrong in regard to the daily quantity of water, then rather in the direction of too much than too little. Klaus Lehne