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Drink Up

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Drinking plenty of water is important for our physical, emotional well-being and woo hoo, for our appearance. We lose water when we sweat, cry, and go potty.The water we lose must be replaced. We should be drinking 2 quarts a day. Mmm hmm, emoticon Why? Because water transports nutrients through our bodies and REMOVES WASTE. It manages our temperature, and, get this arthritis sufferers, it LUBRICATES our joints! When our body wants water it makes us feel tired or sick. So next time you feel sick and tired have some water! emoticon Be careful with coffee, tea and any drinks with caffeine. Guess what. They cause the body to lose water. emoticon What about alcohol? Yep, that too contributes to loss of water in your body. So....if you want soft and supple skin moisturizers alone isn't going to cut it. So drink up...WATER, that is. emoticon Thirsty now?
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  • CAPECODLIGHT
    So true. I wasn't as diligent about the water for the last few days and as a result didn't feel as well. Water is like a miracle drug.
    1277 days ago
  • MJ7DM33
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    1279 days ago
  • TATTER3
    I try 10-16 glasses daily!
    1279 days ago
  • CAROLIAN
    I drink water all the time Dont like coffee have an occassional cup of tea if we out walking and an odd fizzy soda but i prefer good old water emoticon
    1279 days ago
  • JILLYBEAN3628
    This is great -- I always need the reminder even though my body often tells me when I'm lacking...dry mouth, headache-y, etc.

    And, in fact, you did make me thirsty!

    I have been making a pitcher with some cucumber slices and squeezed lemon in it for flavor a couple times a week. It seems to be a refreshing break from regular, but I love it plain, too.


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    1280 days ago
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