Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Hydrating at the Cellular Level


We  might not pay much attention to the water content in the vegetables we eat but we really ought to.  When we are born our bodies are made up of almost 78% water. As we age, the water content in our bodies start to decrease. This is something we don't always realize, particularly if we associate water with say, a glass of drinking water, or a body of water that we swim in.

Just compare a baby's soft skin with the wrinkled skin of an elderly person. That's one way you can see what a difference there is. And a lot of that is due to the dehydration of our skin cells. Our body's cells contain water which is necessary in the processing of nutrients, minerals, and chemicals. Surface tension in water plays a part in our body's ability to transport these materials to other parts within us. The photo below taken of a US swimmer during the recent Summer Olympics visually demonstrates what that surface tension looks like in water. See how it holds binds the molecules together?


The cells in our bodies need water but don't need that strong surface tension slowing down the transport of minerals and nutritive materials. While traditional medical science publications won't tell you, there are supplements available that can help decrease that surface tension in the water and make the water we drink "wetter".

One such product which has effectively helped thousands of users achieve this and enjoy better health is Xtreme X2O, manufactured for and sold exclusively by Xooma Worldwide. This mineral supplement is a natural organic mineral complex containing 947 mg of highly active Calcium, 34 mg of Magnesium, 14 mg of Trace Minerals (including Chromium, Sodium, and Potassium). This product "hydrates" the body at the cellular level. X2O sachets actually make water "wetter" by lowering the surface tension of water molecules. This dramatically increases your water's ability to hydrate your body at the cellular level.


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