Browsing All posts tagged under »hydration«

What is the Best Trick for Fat Loss and Feeling better?!

December 4, 2017 by

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The question I’m most asked around this time of year:  How fast can I drop 10-15 pounds and feel better? The unfailing, honest answer: “as fast as you can consistently drop the food, drink and stress causing you to store fat and feel like crap”. What does Excess Fat Storage, Acne and High Blood Pressure […]

Ask Dave: All Wet Behind the Ears

November 24, 2015 by

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Dear Dave, I understand I should be drinking one gallon of water each day but I am overwhelmed at all the choices. Is there an advantage to Alkaline, distilled, spring, or any of the other choices? Is tap water OK to drink?    Wondering Over Water, New York Dear WOW, Great question and one that […]

Winter Hydration

December 10, 2013 by

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Sometimes we forget this but our bodies require just as much water during the winter as during the hot summer months.  Think about it; the heat is on in our houses and the air is drier. Every cell in our body needs water.   Water hydrates our joints, skin, and mucus membranes.  It also protects our […]

RN ADVICE: Fluid Fun

June 1, 2012 by

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As the weather warms and we venture to outdoor fun, it is important we pay close attention to our water intake. With increased activities, temperatures and sun exposure, dehydration can happen quickly.  Our bodies are comprised of two thirds water and every bodily operation depends on it. Water: Lubricates and protects joints, bowels and organs […]

Rinse Cycle

April 25, 2011 by

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Sheri Lynn My daughter-in-law is 7 months pregnant.  2 weeks ago she went to the hospital with belly cramping and the doctor found she was in labor.  With 2 months to go with her pregnancy the doctor wanted to stop labor.  How did he do it?  By hydrating her!  Simply hydrating her body stopped the […]

Tips for Healthy Fat Loss

September 6, 2010 by

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Courtney Townley •    Water makes up 75% of our muscle fiber and 90% of our blood volume.   When it comes to fat loss our liver requires water to convert stored fat into energy.  Hydrating ourselves sufficiently throughout the day helps to accelerate the repair of muscle damage and the liver’s ability to process fat efficiently.  […]