It’s well known that we need to rehydrate after exercise to replace sweat loss. But did you know that when you sweat you lose more than just water? Electrolytes such as sodium and potassium are also lost in your sweat.
It’s not a topic many people want to bring up in polite conversation. But it’s a common problem that affects most everyone at one time or another. We are talking about constipation.
If you’re caught unprepared, the heat outside can turn a simple jog into a test of will. When you’ve got the sun beating down on you, it’s going to slow you down. But athletes can take steps to acclimatize and bring performance back up to normal.
Water is essential for life. It makes up around 70 percent of our bodies and is one of the most important influences on overall health. Drinking the right amount of water is critical for supporting all of the body’s essential functions, particularly detoxification. So how do you know if you are staying well hydrated, especially on a Cleanse Day?
With summer in full swing, hydration is more important than ever. However, a lot of people will carelessly drink a ton of water thinking they’re saving themselves from potential dehydration. Isagenix Product Education Coordinator Sara Richter joins the show to teach you the importance of hydration and how to do it the right way.
Our bodies are made up of approximately 60 percent water. The fluids we put in our bodies play an essential role to our energy production, how we feel, and ultimately, our level of performance.
The question of how much water your body needs to stay hydrated can be a bit tricky. Is it eight glasses a day? Half your body weight in ounces? These are easy rules to follow [...]