DescriptionSlimming Water, Healthy Water
“Drink 8 cups of water a day for slimmer and healthier body.”
“Eight cups of cool water a day is the best medicine.”
“Drink 8 cups of water a day for plump skin.”
“Drink 8 cups of water a day to fight disease.”
“Water promotes fat burning and metabolism for weight loss(diet).”
“Drink 8 cups of water a day to prevent cold.”
“Water is the best medicine for the skin.”
“Drink 8 cups of water a day and live healthy.”
These are the positive functions of water introduced by the press and various health columns.
Water is the major component of your body, especially the blood and the lymph, that maintains stable body temperature and creates healthy skin and muscles.
It is also deeply involved in the metabolism of your body, such as digestion, absorption, circulation, and discharge and works as the lubricator for your joints.
Water takes 60-85% of your body and you will feel severe thirst and pain if you lose 1-2% of it and you cannot survive even a week if you can’t drink water at all.
You lose a total of 2.5ℓ of the moisture in your body a day – 0.6ℓ through respiration, 0.5ℓ through evaporation on the skin, and 1.4ℓ through bowel movement and urination – but only 1ℓ is supplemented from food intake and the metabolism.
Therefore, every adult needs an average of 1-2ℓ of additional water a day; according to the statistics, however, adults drink only 0.6ℓ of water a day in average.
‘Slimming Water, Healthy Water’ reminds you to drink water, the essential component of your body, regularly.
✔ It helps you to set a goal to drink water.
✔ Use the graphic UI on the screen to easily enter the amount of water you just drank.
✔ Open the calendar to select a date or view the amount of water you drank each day.
✔ You can check the list to keep a track of how many ℓ of water you drank every hour.
✔ Use View Graph feature to see your achievement and its trends compared to your goal.
✔ Set the alarm for up to 10 times a day to remind you to drink water.
Now, stay slim and healthy with ‘Slimming Water, Healthy Water’!