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Hydration is critical to the smooth functioning of all the body’s cells and systems; it supports cognitive health, athletic performance, exercise recovery, and overall vitality.

Start your day with a tall glass of H2O. Sip throughout the day. Set a timer for reminders. Use a filter and infuse your water with fruit and herbs, like lemon and mint, for a tastier drink.


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