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Hydrate, Lubricate & Lose Weight!

Want to loose some weight and a few of those nagging aches and pains while you’re at it? Well the answer could be as simple as drinking a little more water.
Our bodies are made up of about 70% water. And water is responsible for and/or involved in nearly every single bodily function…digestion…excretion…circulation and nutrient absorption.

Right now, scores of people are walking around with nagging injuries that could be put to rest by something as simple as drinking a little more water. If you have headaches try drinking water…shoulder problems…drink more water, it can help.

Not to mention, thirst often masquerades as hunger – so if you’re a little round around the old gut you need to make sure you’re getting enough. It’s your body’s most vital nutrient!

If your water intake isn’t sufficient your body will retain the water it already has. And that leads to a build up of toxins.

Traditionally it’s the job of your kidneys to flush out these toxins — and one of the jobs of the liver is to convert stored fat to energy. But when the kidneys can’t function properly due to lack of water, the liver takes up the slack hindering its ability to power you through the day.

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Water also helps lubricate your joints. Recently a friend of mine who plays tennis was complaining about shoulder pain so severe he had to quit the game. And when I asked him about his daily water intake it was just as I thought…about a glass a day.

The majority of his fluid intake was coffee, alcohol and carbonated beverages. So I suggested he try a minimum of eight 8-ounce glasses a day — and of course water can’t cure all your aches and pains – but less than a month later and his pain was gone!

Water is also critical for everyone who exercises regularly. The single most important thing to remember to avoid injury while exercising is to stay hydrated. Not to mention staying hydrated will also improve your endurance and your recovery time.

So if you’re looking to improve your game… shed some unwanted pounds…lose those nagging aches and pains…or just improve your quality of life in general…

Try drinking eight, 8-ounce glasses of water every single day. Just make sure you’re spreading it out over the entire day – your body can only process about 8 oz. per hour.

If you exercise hard or you live in a hot or humid climate you might want to bump that up to 10 glasses.

And remember, you don’t have to wait until you’re thirsty to start drinking. Drink all day long, before you start exercising and at least every fifteen minutes after so you stay hydrated the entire time.

I drink no less than a gallon of purified water every day. At least half of that is cold because cold water seems to improve my endurance and recovery time and it also burns more calories because your body has to warm the water up to body temperature so it can be processed. But warm water works fine too.

And if you buy bottled water make sure you read the labels – some bottlers add additional additives like sodium to their water. Avoid those whenever possible.

Stay Healthy!


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Variety – More Than Just the Spice of Life
-Louis Hart

It’s the essence of life!

Here’s why – fruits and vegetables contain different phytochemicals (the substances plants use to ward off bacteria, viruses and cell damage) all offering different health benefits depending on the color of the produce.

And by combining these different phytochemicals together in a single meal you can actually boost their healing properties.

According to a recent study in the Journal of Nutrition, lab animals that were fed a combination of tomatoes and broccoli were less likely to develop prostate problems than animals that just ate one or the other.

So today I put together a quick list of my personal favorite fruits and veggies and a brief explanation of the amazing health benefits these colorful beauties have to offer.

Orange – cantaloupe, peaches, mangos and carrots all contain the phytochemical Beta-carotene. On top of giving these foods their orange coloring Beta-carotene has also been shown to lower blood pressure levels and act as safe guard against circulatory disorders.

Purple – prunes, plums, raisins and eggplant are all rich in the phytochemical Phenolic which has been shown in numerous clinical studies to slow down the aging process and reduce memory loss.

Red – raspberries, red apples and red cabbage are brimming with Anthocyanin, the phytochemical responsible for safe guarding your circulatory system. And recent studies suggest Anthocyanins may even help lower blood pressure levels.

Green – melon, kale and broccoli all contain Lutein – a substance critical to the maintenance of good vision and healthy young looking skin. And new research suggests that Lutein may help prevent the onset of cataracts.

So weather it’s a fruit salad or a nice vegetable medley – get creative with your selections. Try a little bit of everything and see what you like the best.

Stay Healthy!


Best Life Herbals

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