Is water important? Well let’s see, other than making up 50%-60% of our bodies, regulating body temperature, helping our breathing, transporting nutrients, carrying away waste and helping our muscles function, water is pretty much useless. Oh,... Read more
Eight to twelve cups of water daily, that’s what the SparkPeople plan suggests. Whether you are having a hard time drinking that much water, or just want to drink a variety of beverages (coffee, tea, diet soda, juice), many dieters challenge an... Read more
You've been working hard at making healthy changes to your diet and exercising regularly to lose weight. But there's more to weight loss than watching what you eat; the beverages you drink can also affect your progress. Are you sabotaging you... Read more
When a virus enters your body, one of three things can happen:
The virus can die, OR
Your immune system can activate and kill the virus, OR
The virus can survive, multiply, and produce a cold or the flu.
How do you kee... Read more
The scale can be a valuable tool in any weight-loss journey. It can tell you where you started and help you track your progress. It's the tool people use most as a measure of success--or failure.
As useful as the scale can be, don't forg... Read more
Hi everyone! I started my health track about two months ago through dietbet. I've lost 25 lbs so far and have about 20 to go. I joined here bc I heard so many great things about this site that I wanted to check it out. I'm always looking for new, f... Read more
I want to create a keto meal plan. It consists of 3 meals per day and contains 1200 calories. I want to do 75% fat, 20% protein and 5% carbs. Would I want it to equal out to 15-20g of carbs, 135g of protein and 60g fat? If this is the case, how would... Read more
So i have heard that a gallon of water a day is great for weight loss
and i had bought this 52 oz Bubba mug from walmart today.. and i have drank 2 full cups with ice.. i feel really good drinking water 194... Read more
Filtered Water, Diet tonic water, Unflavoured mineral or soda water, tea or coffee, Diet Cranberry Juice, diet cocoa. Drink plenty of sugar-free drinks if blood glucose levels are high. Water is the best thirst quencher..diabetics need to stay hydrat... Read more
Drinking water from an ordinary glass doesn't appeal to me. I bought a dozen 11.5-ounce claret glasses (wine glasses) for $10. I also have some 6-ounce champagne flutes from the dollar store. Very high class! And more fun to drink water/diet drinks... Read more
I'm routinely asked why SparkPeople focuses so much on drinking water. The idea that you need to drink 8 glasses a day is a myth, right? Although the amount of water you should consume varies from person to person, there are a lot of reasons to mak... Read more
Have you ever looked at your grocery bill to see how much you spend on soda or diet soda each trip? Take a look and then multiply that number by the number of times you shop each month. Now take that amount and multiply it by 12 to give you a ball pa... Read more
So yesterday I decided to cut up a couple lemons that I had in the fridge and I took my gallon pitcher and squeezed them in there, then dropped the lemons them selfs and then filled it with water and placed it in the fridge. A couple hours later or s... Read more
Well I don't think much about it. But the cheapest and most effective way to lose weight, is just plain water. I'm still lazy to exercise,but the results speak themselves. I tried the no caffeine-just water and so far I fill fuller now. I'm not depri... Read more
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