Health Info by KOSA Acupuncture 04 – You Can’t Make A Horse Drink Water
You CAN lead a horse to water but you CAN’T make him drink. Camels can go several days without drinking. Once water becomes available, they drink only to replenish what they lost. Furthermore, during the winter, only camels’ food provides water. Although people are told to drink roughly 64 to 80 ounces a day of water, most of this quantity is contained in prepared foods. Simply, too much is too much. KOSA Acupuncture recommends not to drink water unless you are thirsty.