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The Why Behind Why You Need Water.

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drinking-bottled-water   Water. It’s vital to our existence. We all know it is important, and we all know we should be doing it. But do we know why? For starters, did you know water makes up 90 percent of brain weight? It also makes up 60 percent of your body weight. Adequate hydration is essential for your body to function. If that isn’t enough to convince you to drink more, here are five fantastic reasons water is important to your health:  

  1. It helps weight loss. Water helps you feel full longer, without adding any additional calories. Drinking it or eating foods with a high water content can be a big help in managing your weight
  1. It aids in digestion. It  aids in constipation and other abdominal issues, especially those suffering from irritable bowel syndrome. It helps to move the digestive process along and through the system.
  1. It boots energy. It delivers important nutrients to all of our cells, especially muscle cells, postponing muscle fatigue
  1. It hydrates skin. Forget expensive creams and cure-alls, water is the best defense against aging and wrinkles in the skin.
  1. It detoxifies. Moves toxins through your system faster, and optimizes kidney function. Inadequate hydration means inadequate kidney function.
  The guideline recommended amount is eight glasses per day, though this varies from person to person. Those who exercise regularly, work outside, or have chronic medical conditions should consume more hydration to compensate for more water loss. Remember, water is your friend, and proper hydration is a key to good health.  

Tips to Prepare for Traveling with Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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Tips to Prepare for Traveling with Irritable Bowel Syndrome ibs Traveling with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) can make even a simple trip worrisome. The syndrome, which causes abdominal pain, diarrhea and cramps, can often be unpredictable. Planning ahead can help you avoid common problems. Talk to your doctor before you go: Call your doctor and make sure she or he has any tips or medications covered while you are traveling. Make sure to stock up before your trip if you need a prescription refill or and talk to your doctor about tips to keep your symptoms at bay before starting your trip. Stockpile supplies: Always take enough medicine for your entire trip and a few days extra and put it in your carry-on bag — not in your checked bag, in case it gets lost. Consider packing flushable wipes and a change of clothes as a precaution. Keep your normal habits while on your trip: Always follow the same eating habits they keep at home, with one exception: Drink only sanitized or bottled water when abroad. Even when brushing your teeth, make sure you’re brushing with bottled water to avoid the risk of using un-sanitized water. Know the landscape: Simple preventive research helps lessen anxiety when traveling with IBS. Find out the bathroom location before arriving at each destination. You can also ease your journey by making sure your seat on the plane, train or bus carrier is near the restroom. If taking a road trip, log the rest stop locations along the way.   Have a great trip, don’t worry, and be prepared!  

Drink more water! Water’s great benefits to your health.

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drink-more-water People, especially in Colorado, carry water everywhere. Water is essential to your health and your survival. Not only is it essential it’s great for you too.

  • Drinking water helps maintain body fluid balance. Water makes up 60% of your body and is included in functions such as digestion, absorption, circulation, creation of saliva, transportation of nutrients, and maintenance of body temperature.
  • Water helps control calories. While water has no magical effect on weight loss, if substituting it for higher calorie beverages can certainly help. It can also help fill you up so you get full faster.
  • Water helps energize muscles and flush lactic acid after workouts. Water helps cells maintain their balance of fluids and electrolytes shrivel, which can result in muscle fatigue.
  • Water helps skin stay good and youthful. Your skin contains plenty of water, and functions as a protective barrier to prevent excess fluid loss. Unfortunately it does not over-hydration to erase wrinkles or fine lines. But can make you look younger with hydration.
  • Water helps your kidneys transport waste products in and out of cells. Your body does a great job of flushing fluids as long as your water intake is high.
For more information about the great affects water has on your body, talk to your doctor.