How important do you think water is?
We can live without food for more than a month, but did you know no one can stay alive for more than about a week without water. I think that tells you just how important it is. All living things need water for their bodies to function. When you take in food, water helps to dissolve it and, along with certain chemicals in your body, it turns this food into energy for you to grow. These chemicals can work only in water. Water carried waste material out of your body as well.
We lose water as you breathe and sweat. According to scientific research we are made up of around 65% water.
How many times have you suddenly realised how thirsty you are, this is one of our bodies line of defences in warning up to drink. Drinking a glass of water 20 mins before your dinner can help us to eat less and feel fuller.
Studies have found that some teas may help with cancer, heart disease, and diabetes; encourage weight loss; lower cholesterol; and bring about mental alertness.
What about teas, coffee and juices etc. I am lucky enough to have an amazing tea room called ‘fork to feast’ situated in Miss Mabel's Magnificent Emporium in Burgess Hill. You can visit their website at http://www.forktofeast.co.uk/index.php or follow them on twitter @forktofeast. Great little tea room to catch up with friends whilst refreshing your body. What more of an excuse do you need?
Why not book yourself in to 'a weight off your mind' interactive evening seminar being held on 24th September at the Chequer Mead in East Grinstead. Tickets will be available from the Chequer Mead Box office Box Office: 01342 302000 E-mail: email@example.com or by contacting me directly.
If you would like to know more about healthy eating and how changing your mind about food can help you lose weight. Drop me a email firstname.lastname@example.org or give me a call on 07801 941949
So grab your H20, take a sip, remember that without re-hydrating yourself regularly your body will suffer. I’m off to grab myself a drink, tomorrow I’ll be looking into ‘Pick your own’ farms.
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