Yes, your cells are immortal. According to Nobel Prize winner Dr. Alexis Carroll, “It is merely the fluid in which the cells float that degenerates.”
If you’re not drinking enough water your body is suffering.
Every organ in the body can function only to the level at which it is hydrated. Your digestive process needs water to function properly and the toxins in your body can only be eliminated through your skin, bowels, kidneys and bladder when your body is sufficiently hydrated. Water is essential to rebuild every cell, tissue and organ in your body. And as if that were not enough, your brain send messages to your body through electrical currents and water is the conduit for that electricity.
If you’re feeling tired, dehydration could be the culprit. Water is needed inside the cell to extract the nutrients you need for energy.
So how much water should you drink? According to Dr. Timothy Brantley, author of The Cure: Heal Your Body, Save Your Life, you need at least 50 to 75 percent of your body weight in ounces per day. I weigh ll5 pounds, so I need 57 ozs. which is approximately 8-8 oz. glasses of water per day. Drink some water every half hour.