About 70 percent of our body is made up of water. We can last weeks without food but only 3 days without water. It is also a crucial component to include when trying to lose weight. Water helps us burn more calories, suppress our appetites and is 100 percent calorie free. Drinking 16 ounces of water… Continue reading Hot Or Cold Water For Weight Loss?
When traveling, preparing for strong weather, or making water a readily available option, many of us reach for bottled water to quench our thirst. The mindset behind it is sound; our bodies need water for every necessary function. And, water is the the ideal choice over sugary drinks like soda and juices. While bottled water… Continue reading Tap Water Vs. Bottled- Is One Option A Guaranteed Winner?
Water doesn't get the same attention as green tea, antioxidant drinks, and the latest fad diets. Yet it plays a much more critical role in our daily lives and our bodies. Cells need adequate hydration to optimize the production of energy from food. If you don't have adequate hydration in the cells, your ability to produce… Continue reading How Hydration Impacts The Human Body
It isn't startling news that several risk factors are linked to drinking soda. Those risk factors include diabetes, heart disease, asthma, and obesity, to name a few. Now a new study has discovered that the risk of cancer and breast tumors is the same for those that drink soda as it is for those that… Continue reading New Study Links Cancer Risks To Fruit Juice Consumption
Summer is a wonderful season. It brings with it the escape from the normal routine- school is out, vacations are in motion, outdoor activities are plentiful, there is a sense of freedom unlike during any other time of the year. Along with the weather that allows said freedom also comes a different variety of details… Continue reading How To Survive (And Enjoy!) The Sizzling Summer Months