When the weather is good, and it has been good I get the questions how much water you should drink, can you drink too much and should I have more salt.
So, I thought I’d put a little information together.
How do we really know ‘what’s enough’ when it comes to salt and drinking water?
It’s something I get asked and to be accurate in response it really does depend on you!
Daily demands placed on the body.
With that said there are a couple of pointers to really help…
A general guideline to requirements and calculate your water needs.
Use the formula-
Bodyweight (Kg) x 0.033 = litres per day
At 60 kg (60×0.033=1.9) = 1.9 litres
At 70 Kg (70×0.033=2.3) = 2.3 litres
However, drinking lots of water doesn’t mean you are absorbing the water and you could still be poorly hydrated!
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