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Fruit infused water

7 Ways to influence your energy intake. Have you ever heard of infused water? Even if you do not know the term, you've probably already seen it on Instagram or Pinterest, pimping water with fresh fruit and herbs. A good way to maintain your fluid balance. With a good moisture balance you feel better in your skin. Many people are not aware of what complaints you may experience simply by drinking too little water. This can range from headaches, fatigue, concentration problems, constipation to feeling hungry. Often things that can easily be remedied by drinking enough. If you were to adjust two things to your diet, I would recommend starting with sugar and fast carbohydrates and drinking more water. There you will soon notice the effect. Healthy drink water from your Water Cooler Davidson.

I always start the morning with a large glass of water with a (half) squeezed lemon in it. This way I immediately fill in my moisture reserves after the night. How much you have to drink depends on many factors: your body weight, how much fluid you absorb from food, or a lot of sport (and sweat), ... Take as guideline 1.5l water per day and do the "urine test". If your urine is too dark in color (deep orange or orange), you have not absorbed enough moisture and you can drink more.

In a previous blog post you could read more about healthy drinks for a good hormone balance. Of course, one of the best choices is always water (preferably mineral water from a glass bottle). But if you find it difficult to get "normal" water to your daily amount of moisture, then you can add some extra flavor to your water from your Water Cooler Davidson. If you make your own infused water - a trendy term for water with some fruit and herbs - you get a tasty drink without extra sugar. Drinking water, the best way to keep your moisture balance up to date.

How do you make infused water?

  • Wash the fruit and cut it into pieces. Small berries such as blueberries do not need to be cut, but larger pieces of fruit such as strawberries are best cut into pieces so that they give off more flavor to the water. Rinse the herbs.
  • Put the fruit and spices in a glass jug, jar or lemonade juice.
  • Fill the jug with water (well water or filtered water) and place in the refrigerator.
  • Let it draw long enough (preferably a few hours or a whole night) so that the taste can pull into the water. Truth about drinking water. Great tasting water from your Water Cooler Davidson.

3 recipes for infused water

Infused water with lemon, cucumber and mint

infused water with cucumber, lemon and mint

Ingredients

    Water (From your Water Cooler Davidson)
    Cucumber
    Lemon
    Mint leaves

Preparation

Wash the cucumber and lemon well. Cut the cucumber and lemon into slices. Put the slices of cucumber and lemon together with the leaves of mint in a glass jug and fill with water. Let infuse in the refrigerator.

Infused water with blueberries, orange and cinnamon

infused water with orange, blueberries and cinnamon

Ingredients

    Water (From your Water Cooler Davidson)
    Blueberries
    Orange
    Cinnamon sticks

Preparation

Wash the blueberries and orange well. Cut the orange into slices. Put the blueberries, orange slices and 2 cinnamon sticks in a glass jug and add water. Allow the flavors to withdraw in the refrigerator.
Infused water with strawberry, watermelon and basil

infused water with strawberry, watermelon and basil

Ingredients

    Water (From your Water Cooler Davidson)
    Strawberries
    Watermelon
    Basil leaves

Preparation

Wash the strawberries. Cut the strawberries into slices and the watermelon into pieces. Put the strawberries, watermelon and basil leaves in the jug and fill with water. Let infuse in the refrigerator.
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The well-known "drink 12 glasses of water rule"

Actually I should drink more water. Nobody actually knows where that idea comes from and science doesn't support it. "It actually has no basis," says Michael Farrell, a professor at Monash University in Australia, who has done research into how the brain reacts to thirst and other sensations. Similarly, the old advice to "drink before you get thirsty" is counteracted by the latest research, because scientists finally find out how the brain knows when you are thirsty and when you have had enough. The human body is 55-60% water, and this percentage varies per individual (muscle has more water than fat). Blood contains 83% water and 70% of your brain is made of water. Tap water is not healthy anymore, therefore filter.

Water helps:

  • the digestion,
  • removes toxins from the liver and kidneys,
  • removes excess sodium from the bloodstream,
  • regulates body temperature and blood pressure,
  • protects skin and other tissues and
  • keeps joints lubricated.

A person can survive for weeks without food, but rarely more than a few days without water. Even mild dehydration, within a few hours, can affect mood, cognitive function and physical performance, studies show. We are constantly losing water by breathing, sweating and using the toilet. But water loss is highly variable. On a cool day, when a person is not active, eight glasses of water can be far above the requirement, in which case a lot of water is excreted along with vital substances such as sodium. Alternatively, a person who trains on a hot day may need more than eight glasses of water from their water cooler Davidson. Drinking water and losing weight.

How much water do you have to drink per day

Drink water from your water cooler Davidson and lose weight. There are guidelines for the total fluid intake of various nutritionists. Lemon juice in your water - super healthy.

The average adult woman should consume approximately 11.4 glasses of liquid per day (one glass equals 250 ml) and men should consume 15.6. Whether the water comes directly from the tap or you drink other drinks or the moisture comes from the food, it doesn't matter.

People get around 20% of their water from food, the report states. Fruit and vegetables are particularly water-laden - both tomatoes and watermelon contain 90% or more water.
Subtracting the 20% water consumed by food means that the average woman should drink about 9.1 glasses of liquid a day and a man about 12.5 glasses. That is almost exactly what most dietitians recommend for the intake of non-food fluids (nine for women and 12 for men). However, these estimates may be incorrect for some people, taking into account different body sizes and types, varying ambient temperature and activity levels.

Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding need more fluid than usual.

In the meantime, older people are particularly inclined to drink less than advised. A 2017 study, published in the journal Nutrition and Healthy Aging, showed that 56% of seniors drank less than six glasses of fluid a day, and 9% drank less than three. Other research has shown that between 6% and 30% of the over-65s who have been admitted to hospital are dehydrated. Along with plain water, milk, juice and other non-alcoholic beverages count towards your fluid intake, according to the Mayo Clinic and other experts. Even coffee counts (the idea that caffeine dries out the body is a myth). That said, health experts emphasize the value of plain water, the original zero-calorie drink.

Research earlier this year published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics found about 20% of children and young adults on a given day no regular water, and the same people consumed an average of 93 calories per day and 4.5% more calories from sweetened drinks. There are no calories in the water from a water cooler Davidson. It has long been known that sweetened drinks have been linked to weight gain and a whole range of problems - from depression to diabetes and heart attacks. Drinking more regular water leads to a lower total calorie intake, according to a study of 18,300 adults published earlier this year in the Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics.

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