The expert argues that water should be consumed in its purest form, not taking into account the fact that during the day a person drinks it in a certain way “indirectly”.
There is a well-known statement that an adult needs to drink an average of one and a half to two liters of water per day. But this is not entirely true. This was reported by nutritionist Lidia Kvashnina (a specialist in healthy eating).
According to her, it is more correct to calculate the individual rate with reference to weight. We recommend 25-30 milliliters of fluid per kilogram of body weight. Thus, if a person weighs 60 kilograms, the norm will be 1.8 liters per day
“The daily requirement of the body depends on gender, age, physique, and geographical location. In any case, water should be drunk gradually throughout the day, a few sips at a time, without getting very thirsty and without drinking a glass at once, unless it is morning,” says Kvashnina.
The nutritionist claims that water should be consumed in its purest form, not taking into account that a person drinks it “indirectly” during the day. Together with fruits, vegetables, and soups. Ideally, you should start the day with a glass of water on an empty stomach.
Kvashnina says that digestive problems may arise, and the load on the heart and kidneys increases, which will subsequently create certain difficulties in the urinary system.
“Yes, macro- and microelements are added to the water, but nothing can replace what the earth provides. The water must be affected by pressure and temperature, and it must also contain macro- and microelements that are not just mixed in with a spoon, but which water has been collecting for hundreds of years,” he summarized.