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Water is the key to life and a precious commodity as very little of it, in a liquid state, is known to exist in the universe. As for the water within us, when more water moves out of the body than enters we call that resulting state, within the body, dehydration.
Most people don't consider dehydration as a thing to be concerned about, but most people would be shocked to hear how common it is, this condition is far more common then you could imagine. Here are some key reasons why dehydration is so common:
Are you concerned about the potential ramifications of dehydration? Perhaps you need to review the symptoms to determine if you've already got an issue to be concerned about? Want to be on the lookout for symptoms in others? Here are some of the primary side effects of becoming dehydrated.
Some of these conditions are so common that many may not even think thirst could be the big culprit. Headaches, Skin issues, Fatigue, Digestive Issues and Weight management issues combined likely impact the vast majority of Americans on a daily basis. And to think, something as simple as water could be all that's missing.
Class over, go drink some water. Try to get in at least 1/2 your weight in ounces daily (200lb person should drink 100oz).
Formula = My Weight X 1/2 = Ounces of water daily with 128 Ounces = 1 gallon.
Want to seal the deal for good? Adopt a daily habit now of drinking a gallon of water a day.
If there is a single factor that could be considered the bedrock of your overall health, it is balance. Consuming the right nutrients in the right proportions creates a balanced environment in which your body can energize, build, repair, and function at its peak.
Unfortunately, each new discovery in nutritional science and biohacking tends to pendulum swing in one or another direction. Either something is entirely bad and should be avoided entirely, or it is a “cure-all” you are urged to take in copious amounts.
The ability to fully digest and absorb protein means the difference between killing or maximizing your muscle gains and fat loss, as well as your overall hormonal balances and your levels of energy, inflammation, and health. So understanding exactly how it works, and how to keep it working, or get it working, properly is very important.....
When it comes to cholesterol, virtually everyone is aware that too much LDL cholesterol is an indicator of heart disease and that optimizing LDL/HDL levels is critical for heart health.
People avoid foods that are high in cholesterol, exercise, lose weight, and try countless other methods to lower their LDL – which are all met with varying levels of success. But, despite all this, heart disease is still the leading cause of death in the USA.
Today we’re going to discuss a simple, science-backed alternative solution to lowering LDL levels – and it’s all about protein.