Simple. Increase the complete proteins in your diet. When you increase the protein in your diet, you increase the amount of amino acids that are available to the brain to serve as messengers called neurotransmitters.
These amino acid neurotransmitters will be used to signal thirst. The cheapest way to increase your proteins is to eat quinoa with any type of beans (black beans, lentils, navy beans and etc). Experience the synergy of these superfoods. Keep in mind that you may need enzymes to help you digest the protein and make it available to your body. Our classic example at Optimum Health is a 25-year-old 6 foot 1 inch dehydrated male who said, “I am just going to be honest. I don’t like water and I don’t drink it. This is not going to change.” We put him on a protein supplement and told him to come back for a follow-up appointment in two weeks. When he returned, he walked in the door, popped open a 16 ounce bottle of water and chugged it! Then he turned and said, “I don’t know what you did to me but you sure dried me out. I can’t get enough water!” For those who prefer a protein supplement, try our Optimum You, Superfood Protein Drink that we make daily at our center. It will make you crave the right amount of water for you each day and fuel your body’s recovery in many other ways. Call to purchase:
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