Drinking cold water can boost metabolism by inducing thermogenesis, which burns more calories due to the body's need to warm up the water.
Water aids in lipolysis, the breakdown of body fat into energy, heat, and insulation by adding water to fat molecules.
Drinking enough water improves exercise performance, helps maintain bodily functions, and prevents fatigue.
Water is crucial for joint health as it helps lubricate joints, decreases the likelihood of cramps and other disorders, and is a key element in synovial fluid.
Water aids digestion, prevents bowel disorders and bloating, and improves overall bowel health.
Water detoxifies and rejuvenates the body, aids kidney function, clears toxins from skin, and promotes weight loss by keeping the body clean.
Water is a natural appetite suppressant and drinking a glass before meals can help reduce overeating and promote weight loss.
Sodas and fruit drinks have high sugar content, causing dehydration and restricting healthy body function. Water is the healthiest alternative, as even fruit juices lack necessary fibre.