Water and Nutrition

A rather suggestive way of thinking about ourselves is to conceive our organism as the biological result of all that has been introduced to ensure its development and sustenance since birth and even earlier. From this point of view, All of us are simply the food we have swallowed, the air we have breathed, but also – and perhaps above all – the water we have been drinking.
These elements are therefore of fundamental importance for the well-being and psycho-physical integrity. We must however distinguish between substances compatible with our nature, which are assimilated without fatigue and from which our organism benefits, and less compatible substances whose effects can be neutralized only by the expenditure of energy and life force.
While dietary regimens may vary according to different lifestyles and training, and therefore foresee a multiplicity of caloric and energetic contributions balanced between the different macronutrients of animal and / or plant origin, it does not vary – on average – the quantity of liquids, and of water in particular, which must be taken if we want to ensure a proper metabolism and a regular synthesis of the nutritional properties of foods. The daily requirement amounts to about two liters of water for an adult, to which are added the liquids assimilated by the body through food and that of endogenous origin, for a total of almost three liters.
Even water is a macronutrient but often it is not considered as such because we do not get any nourishment from water. In reality, water is the element that must not be missing from our body. A loss of just 8% of this constituent is sufficient to cause serious illnesses. It is therefore important to get used to thinking about water not only as a source of hydration but as a real feeding factor. The water that can be obtained thanks to the A360 ° systems and systems is a slightly mineralized and low sodium water. Ideal to facilitate metabolic and digestive activities, to quench and hydrate our body.