November 11, 2014
A recent Australian survey has shown that a large percentage of Australians aren’t drinking anywhere near enough water, and remain confused about how much they should drink everyday.
Our bodies need adequate fluids to remain in optimal condition. Dehydration of as little as 2% can lead to poor performance, concentration, headaches, lethargy and muscle cramping – conditions affecting millions of individuals everyday. This begs the question – how is dehydration affecting you?
April 11, 2013
A weight loss method that is free, easy to use and available to everyone? Sounds too good to be true, right?
Luckily, this magic potion is none other than water. This appetite-control agent doesn’t require a prescription, nor has any side-effects other than better health and well-being. As scientists have now shown, two glasses of water before a meal can help you to shed kilo’s – making this one of the easiest ways to attain the best health possible.
There are many kinds of water out there. Here is a brief guide to let you know some of the pros and cons of each
Regardless of the water you drink, drink enough each day and consider drinking it at room temperature. A cold drink slows down the assimilation process in your stomach in the same way an ice pack can reduce blood flow around an area of inflammation.