I will try & do it but not sure how it will work out.
"ARE YOU DRINKING ENOUGH WATER?
Most people have no idea how much water they should be drinking. We don’t drink enough water. Without water, we would be poisoned to death by our own waste products and toxins resulting from metabolism.
Water is vital to digestion and metabolism, acting as a medium for various enzymatic and chemical reactions in the body. It carries nutrients and oxygen to the cells through the blood, regulates body temperature and lubricates our joints (which is particularly important if you’re arthritic, have chronic muscular-skeletal problems or are athletically active). We need water to breathe; we lose approximately 600ml of liquid every day just by exhaling. If you are not in “fluid balance” you can impair every aspect of your body’s physiological functioning.
It has been said that as a result of not drinking enough water, many people encounter such problems such as excess body fat, poor muscle tone and size, decreased digestive efficiency and organ function, increased toxicity in the body, joint and muscle soreness (particularly after exercise) and water retention. Proper water intake is the key to weight loss. If people who are trying to lose weight don’t drink enough water, the body can’t metabolise the fat, they retain fluid, which keeps their weight up, and the whole procedure we’re trying to set up falls apart.
The minimum amount of water a healthy person should drink is 10 250ml. glasses a day
and you need to drink more if you are overweight, exercise a lot or live in a hot climate. Overweight people should drink an extra 250ml. for each 10kg. that exceeds their ideal weight. Your intake should be spread judiciously throughout the day, including the evening. You may ask if “If I drink this much water, won’t I constantly be running to the bathroom?” Initially, yes, because of the hypersensitivity of the bladder to increased fluids. But after a few weeks, your bladder calms down, and you urinate less frequently, but in larger amounts.
There is a difference between pure water and other beverages that contain water. Water is water. Obviously you can get it by consuming fruit juice, soft drinks, beer, coffee or tea. However beer also contains alcohol which is a toxic substance. Beverages that contain caffeine, such as coffee, stimulate the adrenal glands; fruit juices contain a lot of sugar and stimulate the pancreas. Such drinks may tax the body more than cleanse it.
THE RECOMMENDED DAILY WATER INTAKE MEANS JUST THAT WATER!"
Sorry it is a bit long folks but hope you can get some benefit from it.
Good luck everybody & I hope it will be of help.