Grab your water bottle or nearest cup and take a sip right now! Not enough to motivate you? Well, we are determined to reach our water goals today after seeing Missy Elliott’s Instagram post.
Proudly to say it’s been 4 months I have only drank water no other juices or soda & I cut out bread & Lord knows that’s been the hardest for me!😩See I’ve NEVER been a water drinker but this have helped my skin🙌🏾 it really restore glow back & I don’t feel sluggish🙌🏾NOW the other thing if I can only cut out JUNK FOOD🙅🏾😞shit that’s my weakness🤦🏾♀️#Facts But if I can give up those other things I’ll fight that to! Maybe two cupcakes a month🤷🏾♀️🤣😩
After four months of healthy eating and drinking only water, the rap star's skin looks radiant and it has also helped her feel more energized. She admits to still having a weakness for junk food, but hey, we can all relate to that! Elliott is super proud of her accomplishment and we are too.
When it comes to leading a healthy lifestyle, nutrition plays a major role in your overall wellness. Staying hydrated can not only help you glow naturally but it is vital to assisting with internal bodily functions. Here are some other celebs who are encouraging us all to drink more water:
Washington recently told Glamour hydration is one beauty rule she swears by. "Hydration, hydration, hydration. I believe drinking a ton of water is vital to health and wellness."
Smalls shared with Harper’s Baazar UK she likes to drink water for her health but also to help her when traveling. "I have a love/hate relationship with flying. I'll drink a lot of water because it's healthy for my skin. When I travel, I need it to replenish and re-hydrate; such a huge percentage of our bodies are made up of water."
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Forever First Lady, Michelle Obama, started her Drink Up campaign back in 2013 to promote drinking more water. Click here to watch her 2014 address on the impact of Drink Up!
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Mowry told Clean Plates that her mom taught her the importance of water growing up. "The most important tip my mom taught us for good health is to drink lots of water. Water keeps metabolism going, keeps your skin clear, and helps keep your digestive system on track."
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Knowles-Carter shared with Vogue that, after giving birth to Blue Ivy, water was a key to her getting back on track fitness-wise. "I try to take care of myself, drinking at least a gallon of water with lemon a day…"
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Lopez revealed to PopSugar she doesn't drink coffee or alcohol, she instead prefers water especially to keep up with her active lifestyle.
PHOTO: Gabrielle Union’s Instagram
Union told Parade water is essential and helps her complete daily tasks, but not in the way you might think. "I drink a gallon of water a day. I pee all day long. I get a lot of emails returned. I get a lot of reading done. When you see me tweeting, it’s from the toilet. Dehydrated skin is prone to wrinkling so I stay hydrated. There is no price tag I can put on the effect that water has on my hair, skin and nails."