Healthy Hydration and Immune Support
Biking a trail, pushing through practice, or putting in hours on a construction site can make you thirsty. You reach for a drink, knowing that as you sweat, your body is losing water and that proper hydration is critical to your health.
Even if your everyday activities aren’t strenuous, you need to keep your body hydrated, and replace the vitamins and minerals you use up. But let’s face it, drinking 11 cups of plain old water can get boring. If you turn to sugary soda or fruit juice, or even most commercial energy drinks, you can pack on the calories without noticing, countering all your efforts to stay fit and healthy.
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The dry facts about water
According to a CNN article, water helps your body "regulate body temperature, keep joints lubricated, prevent infections, deliver nutrients to cells, and keep organs functioning properly." Being well-hydrated also aids your sleep, brain power, and mood.
Walter Willett, professor of epidemiology and nutrition at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, says Americans are malhydrated — "conditioned to expect high levels of sweetness in everything."
Satisfying the sugar-seeking customer is probably why many vitamin waters and electrolyte replacements add sugar to their product. But is that drink the best one for you? Does it go beyond electrolytes to replace the vitamins and minerals that you lose through perspiration?
After vigorous exercise, you need to replenish electrolytes (including sodium), which are lost in sweat, and carbohydrates, to regain energy. But excess sugar can lead to heart problems or high blood pressure, weight gain and other problems, according to the American Heart Association.
Drink a healthy diet
When you aren’t well hydrated, you might interpret your body’s signals as hunger instead of thirst. Have a drink instead and see if the food craving goes away.
"If you are looking to lose weight, water can help you shed pounds," said Lisa Drayer, registered dietitian and CNN contributor. "Drinking a glass of water before a meal can fill you up a bit and help you eat fewer calories at a meal."
Drinking water or HYDRATE throughout the day will help you avoid dehydration, which can trigger migraines and anxiety. When you are well-hydrated, you also perform better in sports, sleep well, think clearly, and feel happier.
Douglas Casa is CEO of the Korey Stringer Institute, which studies athletic performance. He found a surprising correlation between hydration and mental health.
"We did a study on people who were mildly dehydrated, which can happen within just 30 minutes of exercise," Casa said, "and we found mood was compromised in both men and women." Be kind to your body by drinking HYDRATE.Sources