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The Importance of Body
Water

2
1.
2.

All of our cell soak in water.
Water make up nearly 60% of total body weight.

3
Our water contents depends on body composition
because different cells contain different amounts of
water:
Example
Bone co...
Water in our bodies can be divided into:
1.

Intracelleur Fluid (ICF)

2.

Extracellular Fluid (EFC)

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Intracellular Fluid

Extracelleular Fluid

Found

Enclosed within cell
membranes

Outside of cell
membranes
• 25% within v...
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Water as a solvent and transporter
Water’s role in growth
Water as a catalyst
Water as a lubricant
Wate...
Fluid In (through food and dink)
And
Fluid Out (through excretion)

= Net Balance

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In additional to our food intake a large Percentage of our
fluid intake come from the beverages we drink.
Many factors can...
Is thirst a good or poor indication of hydration
status?

Yes / No

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Why?


Body water balance and thirst don’t match up



Thirst usually isn’t perceived until 1-2% of
bodyweight is lost.
...
0.5%

1%

3%

4%

5%

6%

10-20%

Increased
strain on
the heart

Reduced
aerobic
endurance

Reduced
muscular
endurance

Re...
Every 50lbs of bodyweight, you’d ingest 1 litre of
water.
So…. Example

If you weight 7.8St (110lbs), you’d require 1.5 – ...
Safe General Recommendation….
3L of fluid per day
-

-

1 litres via the food we eat
2 litres via the fluid we intake

If ...
All About Dehydration

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

Normal conditions exist in the body various
mechanisms preserve fluid and electrolytes
balance.



Illness, stress, ex...
If the output of fluids exceed the intake of fluids, an imbalance occurs
and dehydrations can develop.
Symptoms of dehydra...
Can also include:
Muscle Spasms
Vomiting
Dark Urine
Vision Problems
Loss of consciousness
Kidney and liver failure

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Q. Is it important to only replace water after you
have been sweating or completed your
workout?

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Pre-hydration is key!
1.
2.
3.
4.

500ml in the morning
500ml – 1000ml of fluid 1 hour before exercise
250ml – 500ml 20 mi...
How important is water after exercise?

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If we don’t sufficiently replace fluid, the sodium and
the carbohydrates that you have incurred through
exercise it will p...
Emoto’s Water Experiment: The Power of
Thoughts

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1.

2.
3.
4.

5.

For a rough guide every 50lbs of body weight
intake up to a litre of water.
Pre-hydrate yourselves befor...
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  • Intracelleur is where chemical reactions take placeExtracelleur is responsible for transportations which allows for movement of ions, proteins and nutrients across the cell barrier to then perform chemical reactions needed.
  • A solvent is a liquid that can dissolve other solids, liquids or gases and carry/transport these dissolved chemicals in a variety of ways. In the body, water acts as a solvent to dissolve protein and transfer them throughout the body. Water also transport nutrients to cells and carries waste products away from the cells===========================Water can dissolves nutrients and transport them into our cells or away from our cells, water is important in the synthesis of proteins, glycogen and other macromolescules.===================As dissolves chemicals spend much of their time surrounded by water, water serves as the medium for a large number of Intracelleur metabolic reactions Indeed, in the presence of water, chemicals reactions can proceed when they might otherwise be impossible. Thus water act as a catalyst that speeds up enxymaticintereactions with other chemicals=============================Water lubricates joints and even acts as a shock absorber for the eyes and spinal cord. Amniotic fluid, which surrounds the growing fetus and is composed mainly of water, protects the fetus from mechanical forces transferred through the mothers body.============================Body Water content and fluid exchange regulate body temperture. When the body tempertaure increase we being to sweat. As this sweat pools onto the skin, it is evaporated cools the body, lowering temperature.============================When water in processed and pollutants are removed lime or limestone is used to re-mineralization. This add mineral such as calcium, magnesium. Location of quarry mean water can vary.
  • We want to avoid negative balance.
  • Because body water balance and thirst don’t make up, it’s important for most healthy individuals to determine their fluid requirements in advance and strive to ingest the right amount of water regardless of thirst.
  • Take the lower end 3 workout a week that could be 30% on your workout and your results over a month 120% - That’s a lot….
  • Anyone know?Low back pain Neck painAnginaHeadachesDepressionDiabetesHigh blood pressurePainHigh cholesterolWeight gainAsthmaAllergiesWhich leads me on to the importance of water
  • What are you?
  • To ensure you start the physical activity you need to consumer….*This is amount will depend on body size, room temperature, workout environments etc..
  • Link to food - Our body will store more water as it tries to 'dilute' the impact of toxicins. 
  • Water

    1. 1. 1
    2. 2. The Importance of Body Water 2
    3. 3. 1. 2. All of our cell soak in water. Water make up nearly 60% of total body weight. 3
    4. 4. Our water contents depends on body composition because different cells contain different amounts of water: Example Bone contains 22% water Adipose Tissue (Fat Cell) about 25% water Muscle Cell contain 75% water Blood contains nearly 83% water 4
    5. 5. Water in our bodies can be divided into: 1. Intracelleur Fluid (ICF) 2. Extracellular Fluid (EFC) 5
    6. 6. Intracellular Fluid Extracelleular Fluid Found Enclosed within cell membranes Outside of cell membranes • 25% within vascular system, make up plasma portion of blood volume • 75% know as interstitial fluid, which surrounds cells and connective tissues Makes Up About 2/3 of the body water About 1/3 of body water Higher In Potassium and Magnesium Sodium and Chloride Lower In Sodium and Chloride Potassium and Magnesium 6
    7. 7. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Water as a solvent and transporter Water’s role in growth Water as a catalyst Water as a lubricant Water as a temperature regulator Water as a mineral source 7
    8. 8. Fluid In (through food and dink) And Fluid Out (through excretion) = Net Balance 8
    9. 9. In additional to our food intake a large Percentage of our fluid intake come from the beverages we drink. Many factors can affect how much we drink, including 1. 2. 3. 4. Climate Physical demands How much we’ve sweated, Overall body size 9
    10. 10. Is thirst a good or poor indication of hydration status? Yes / No 10
    11. 11. Why?  Body water balance and thirst don’t match up  Thirst usually isn’t perceived until 1-2% of bodyweight is lost. 11
    12. 12. 0.5% 1% 3% 4% 5% 6% 10-20% Increased strain on the heart Reduced aerobic endurance Reduced muscular endurance Reduced muscle, strength, reduce motor skills, heat cramps Heat exhaustion, cramping, fatigue, reduced mental capacity Physical exhaustion, heart stroke, coma Death 12
    13. 13. Every 50lbs of bodyweight, you’d ingest 1 litre of water. So…. Example If you weight 7.8St (110lbs), you’d require 1.5 – 2L of water per day and if you’re 15.7St (220lbs) you’d require 3-4L water per day. 13
    14. 14. Safe General Recommendation…. 3L of fluid per day - - 1 litres via the food we eat 2 litres via the fluid we intake If warm = 500ml additional If exercised = Fluids might need to be doubled 14
    15. 15. All About Dehydration 15
    16. 16.  Normal conditions exist in the body various mechanisms preserve fluid and electrolytes balance.  Illness, stress, exercise, climate, supplements, food, or beverages life threating imbalance will occurs 16
    17. 17. If the output of fluids exceed the intake of fluids, an imbalance occurs and dehydrations can develop. Symptoms of dehydrations include: Thirst Dry Skin Fatigue and Weakness Headaches Muscle Cramping Nausea Dark coloured Dry Mucous (mouth, nose, eyes) 12
    18. 18. Can also include: Muscle Spasms Vomiting Dark Urine Vision Problems Loss of consciousness Kidney and liver failure 18
    19. 19. 19
    20. 20. Q. Is it important to only replace water after you have been sweating or completed your workout? 20
    21. 21. Pre-hydration is key! 1. 2. 3. 4. 500ml in the morning 500ml – 1000ml of fluid 1 hour before exercise 250ml – 500ml 20 minutes before exercise 250ml every 15minutes during exercise. 21
    22. 22. How important is water after exercise? 22
    23. 23. If we don’t sufficiently replace fluid, the sodium and the carbohydrates that you have incurred through exercise it will prevent the you from: 1. 2. 3. Return to a hydrated state Stimulate excessive urine production Delay recovery. 23
    24. 24. Emoto’s Water Experiment: The Power of Thoughts 24
    25. 25. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. For a rough guide every 50lbs of body weight intake up to a litre of water. Pre-hydrate yourselves before exercise Rehydrate yourselves after exercise Talk nice to your water  The solution to pollution is dilution These are very important  25
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