Understanding water

What is our connection with water, humans are 75% water, all our organs, bones tissues etc float in water, water is the biggest solvent in our body

It’s a well-known fact that staying well-hydrated is essential to our overall health and vitality. Water improves blood supply and circulation, ensuring that nutrients reach all the cells in all parts of the body. Moreover, it helps with digestion, detoxifies our system and keeps headaches and fatigue at bay. Drinking water regularly is also crucial to weight loss and maintenance.
But, here’s the thing…

NOT ALL WATER IS CREATED EQUAL. The tap water that we rely on so blindly every single day of our lives, is not rich in the nutrients required for optimal health. In fact, it contains chemicals, pollutants and contaminants that continue to accumulate in the body and cause serious damage in the long run. According to World Health Organisation: – At least 1.8 billion people have access only to contaminated water. – Contaminated water can transmit diseases such as diarrhoea, cholera, typhoid, dysentery and polio. Just because the water flowing out of your tap looks clear, doesn’t mean all’s well with it. Especially, in a time when water scarcity continues to overshadow masses on a global scale. It is prudent to be proactive about something as basic and important as your drinking water! Tap water quality varies from place to place and can contain toxins that even a electrolyzer filter isn’t designed to eliminate. Most people get confused between the water purifier and the water electrolyser/ ioniser, these are two different technologies with different uses, as the world suggest the job of a water purifier is to clean water and the ionizer makes your water healthly and as mentioned earlier ionizer should be installed after a pre-filter which is a water purifier.

How Does Ionized Improve the Quality of Water?

My considerable research has led me to understand that the real ‘magic’ of ionized water lies in the thorough ionization of tap water. You see, as water passes through an electrical field, it separates water molecules and creates what I consider to be the ideal antioxidant! The more water molecules are split, the more antioxidants are produced.

Introduction to Health Dimensions

This is a blog for the average person who wants to know about all the dimensions of HEALTH.

From boot camp to long walks , Masala Bhangra to Zumba, proper hydration body necessities , food journaling and calorie counting, this blog will explore the methods (and madness) of the everyday person trying to get in – and stay in shape and most importantly attaining the epitome of being healthy.

This is not just about reaching a weight goal by a certain deadline – although we can talk about that. This is not just about training for a big-time event like a marathon, but changing just basic few things in your regular lifestyle – to be healthy and fit forever.

This blog is about the daily steps on the road to health and fitness for all of us, whether it began years ago in youth sports – or just in the last five minutes. It’s about going to the gym or going outside, and getting a good workout. It’s about improving water consumption according to the needs of our body, It’s about finding ways to shop, cook and dine in a way that supports a healthier lifestyle.

This blog is not about spending the whole day at Gym and not even enjoy a box of macaroons once in a while. This blog will be coming from a place of years of dedication to health and fitness in totality , it’s my knowledge of what I eat , how do I hydrate myself , and how do I mix up my exercise patterns to attain the maximum level of fitness and energy possible at the age of 50+.

Saying that, this blog isn’t only for 50+ people, it’s about starting to care for yourself as early as you can to reap the maximum benefits. As I always say, it’s never too late to take care of yourself, don’t get down and stay down. Keep fighting.

After years of research about beneficial diets, water consumption habits, best exercises and workout techniques, I wanted to share my love for fitness and good health with a bigger audience.

So, if you’ve ever sought a bike ride to clear your head…

Or thrilled in the delight of finishing your first 5 Km Run

If you’ve ever gone to the gym instead of Krispy Kreme…

Or gone to the gym after your trip to Krispy Kreme…

If you’ve ever been so sore after working your triceps that it hurt to shampoo the next day…

Counted the glasses for water consumption for proper hydration

Or replaced your regular dinner with a bowl of soup or salad.

Then I invite you to come back here and check out the blog, post your comments and suggestions and share your struggles and triumphs. Or, just read about my journey and health beliefs.


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