Can Drinking Water Help Flush Out the Sugar in Your Body?

From a metabolic point of view, sugar is similar to gold. Your body carefully stores blood sugar, or glucose, because your brain, muscles and many other tissues use it as their primary fuel. When the kidney filters your blood, glucose and water flow into the filtrate. Normally, however, almost all filtered sugars are reabsorbed into your blood. Therefore, drinking water is not conducive to the discharge of sugar in the body.