Our body and water

« In the beginning there was water »

Water, the source of life, is an essential component of our body

More than 65% of our body is made up of water. This water, which is inside our cells, in the intercellular space, in the blood and lymph, circulates continuously throughout our body, through our tissues and organs.

The body’s water content varies according to several factors, including age in particular. As the tissues age, they become dehydrated and water is replaced with fat.

Water, its roles in the human body

Water is essential to support the various metabolic functions of the human body.

  • Water carries the nutrients, vitamins and minerals necessary for the functioning of our cells.

  • Water ensures the elimination of toxins and cellular waste.

  • Water transmits useful and essential energies for metabolic balance.

The LYMPHIRIS products, due to their specific ionic charge, are in symbiosis with the same energies as water.