- Aug. 21, 2011 -
New York, NY, USA -- Over the course of humanity’s evolutionary past, almost everything we ate had a very high percentage of water. For example, fruits, vegetables, eggs and raw animal protein are composed of somewhere between 70% to 96% water. The ramifications of this fact are worth examining.
“Early on in our study of human diet, we often noticed that our personal hydration levels increased after consuming fruits and vegetables,”
say Dian Griesel, Ph.D., and Tom Griesel, co-authors of TurboCharged:
Accelerate Your Fat Burning Metabolism, Get Lean Fast and Leave Diet and Exercise Rules in the Dust (April 2011, BSH). “We observed this effect on a consistent basis, and we used to wonder why-particularly since we were drinking adequate amounts of water.”
In July 2009, the Daily Mail reported on a research study performed at the University of Aberdeen Medical School in Scotland. The study found that some fruits and vegetables might hydrate our bodies twice as effectively as a glass of water. This confirmed the Griesels’ observation about their hydration levels, and ensured that a focus on fruit and vegetable consumption was given a top spot in their TurboCharged program.
Read more about this on the TurboCharged blog.
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