All kinds of benefits come from drinking water. We need it for life. In the figure above, follow the branches titled essential, helps, hydration, counts, and recommended to learn more. By learning the importance of drinking water and how easily it can be done, we can do so much more for our health.
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1. Top with lemon
2. Brew up a cup of herbal tea
3. Drop in fresh cucumber slices
4. Add pineapple
5. Float some blueberries
6. Squeeze in some orange juice
8. Splash in cranberry juice
9. Add calorie-free raspberry syrup to crushed ice
10. Drink it pure!
Enhance the way you drink your water by experimenting with all these different ideas. Make it into a challenge. For the next ten days try each possibility, and find out what you like the most. Before you know it, you’ll be increasing your health too!
Water is an easy, refreshing, and affordable way to get and maintain the waist you always wanted.
It’s almost February and you don’t want to experience the guilt of slipping off the path to a healthier weight.
Stay on course by knowing the many health benefits that come with drinking more water.
Water helps improve your weight for various reasons:
To further prove how water helps you lose weight, a study was conducted involving 48 overweight men and women between the ages of 55 and 75. The women were consuming 1,200 calories, while the men consumed 1,500 calories per day. Half of the people had to drink 16 ounces of water before each meal. After 3 months, the participants who drank water lost an average of 15.5 pounds. The people who did not drink water only lost an average of 11 pounds.
So you want to keep up with your new year’s resolution? Well here is an easy way to maintain your goal. Drink two 8-ounce glasses of refreshing water before breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Drinking water and cutting back on food portions is a simple way to lose the weight and keep it off.
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We have all heard how important it is to drink enough water during the sweltering summer season. However, just because the thermometer isn’t nearing triple digits doesn’t mean that your water intake should mirror the dropping temperature.Refresh Yourself
While a cold glass of water doesn’t seem nearly as refreshing when you can see your breath in the air, drinking more water can aid you in ways you didn’t necessarily realize. In addition to all the usual reasons to maintain a high water intake – flushing your system, body temperature regulation, etc. – there are some cold-weather-specific areas that the revitalizing beverage can help with.
Do you ever suffer from chapped lips? How about flaky skin? Nosebleeds? Dry cough? All of the above? Well, that could be your body telling you to drink more of, you guessed it, water. With all of the exposure to cold wind outside of the house and dry heat, the lack of humidity can dry you out and make your body need water just as much as it does in the sunnier days that lie several months ahead.
The moral of this story? Drink plenty of water and take care of your body, no matter what the month is on the calendar. Not only will you feel better right now, your body will also thank you in the future.
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February 23rd, 2013
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