Wednesday, 30 June 2010

Drink Water!

This is why water is good for you. When you can you can also try using a water conditioner. 

This is a compacted electronic water conditioner. It prevents scale from forming.

It will also save you money!

  • Keeping properly hydrated during exercise allows you to have a better and more productive workout.
  • When your workouts are better, you feel and look better too!
  • The body is 60-70% water and adequate water intake has great benefits!
  • Flushes out wastes, transports nutrients, regulates body temperature, maintains acid-alkaline balance and support chemical processes.
  • Keeps skin moist, energy levels up and alleviates some headaches
  • Keeping well hydrated often helps to regulate appetite
  • People often mistake thirst and hunger, and eat when their bodies are actually craving fluid.
  • It adds natural moisture to your skin, giving a fresh glow today and helping the aging process tomorrow.
  • If you get bored with drinking plain water, try lemon, lime or even cucumber slices in your water (a hot trend).
  • An easy way to boost your fluid intake is to start the day with a fresh cup or two of water or a cup or two of herbal tea.
  • You can also mix different types of teas for a new blend of iced teas, the bags steep if you leave in a pitcher of water in the refrigerator for several hours or overnight...
  • Some foods that are packed with water are of course soups, plus all fruits and vegetables, but especially watermelon, oranges, apples, cucumbers, iceberg lettuce and tomatoes
  • It is best to drink water on an empty stomach in order to avoid unnecessary dilution of digestive juices, so about a half hour before meals drink a glass of water.
  • It is preferable to sip water throughout the day rather than to chug it because it will give your body more time to absorb it
Try to get into the habit of bringing a water bottle with you when you go out, whether to shop, walk or to an activity, plus water is the cheapest drink we could consume its free!

This post is sponsored by Scalewatcher.

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