Water is the fountain of youth!

Are you tired of hearing that you need to drink more water?

If you are someone who does not like the taste of it, think it’s too boring, or just prefers that bubbly beverage called soda…you are not alone!

Many people feel this same way. I’m not going to lecture you today about why other drinks can be bad for your health, but I want you to consider some of the many benefits that water provides.

When you search on google for the benefits of water, here is some of what you will find.

6 Science-Based Health Benefits of Drinking Enough Water
  • Water Helps to Maximize Physical Performance. …
  • Hydration Has a Major Effect on Energy Levels and Brain Function. …
  • Drinking Water May Help to Prevent and Treat Headaches. …
  • Drinking More Water May Help Relieve Constipation. …
  • Drinking Water May Help Treat Kidney Stones. …
  • Drinking Water reduces bloating…


This makes so much sense though because your body is made of as much as 73% water. So when you let yourself become dehydrated, it’s not able to function properly.

Your skin relies on water to stay healthy and youthful looking as well!

I was reading an interesting article in Woman’s World, and I wanted to share with you one of the benefits that was talked about.

It discussed how sugar and high-fructose corn syrup in soda, as well as the phosphoric acid found in some drinks, block the growth of the collagen that keeps your skin firm. They wear away skin-tightening elastin. Just by trading out your other drinks for water, you skin will be able to start healing and firming up.

As we age, our bodies don’t produce as much collagen as they used to. Feeding your body the proper nutrition can help you look and feel younger.

You can also check out one of our amazing collagen products here!

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