Better Nutrition Water Evaluation


Why the Better Nutrition Water Evaluation?
The Better Nutrition Water Evaluation is the first and only tool to help you review your client’s current total nutrition to discover what is better and what could be better to give the body the water and hydration it needs.
The Better Nutrition Water Evaluation will tell you why and how you can improve your client’s water intake and the impact of the water your client currently takes in on a daily basis.
Why water?
The body uses water to escort nutrients into cells for use, and to remove waste, among other things. Without enough water, the body has to choose how it will use the water it has on hand, meaning some things don’t get done effectively. Looking to lose unwanted fat, to get better sleep, to see skin look and feel better, to improve digestion, to address sugar and salt cravings? Discover and give the body its better, preferred water amount more often.
If you are a healthcare provider, get permission to share the results with the other members of your client’s team.

Did you know that you can seamlessly use these tools with your Practice Better, Healthie and other EHR accounts? For an example, Learn how to Practice Better Nutrition in this post.


Are your clients getting enough water daily?
The Better Nutrition Water Evaluation will help you find out! The body is made up of approximately 60% water, and it uses and loses water through most of its work – detoxification, lubrication, temperature regulation, nutrient absorption – so your clients need to regularly replenish water stores. You can literally see a lot of your water losses through sweating and elimination daily. Eight glasses, sure, this could be the better amount, but it also might not be enough to help your client based on his/her current health and health goals.
What choices deliver water better?
Make better nutrition recommendations for your client based on the results of the Better Nutrition Water Evaluation. Better water choices are some combination of water, beverages, and even foods. Better choices will depend on your client’s current health, medications, and health goal(s), what your client has access to, and personal preferences.
Should your client be worried about getting in too much water?
Unlikely. But any concerns should be discussed with healthcare practitioners.