Drinking may be the key to health and happiness – especially if the drink of choice is water.
“There’s convincing evidence that regular consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages is associated with increased risk of obesity and diabetes, and emerging evidence that these beverages increase the risk for heart disease,” reported Frank B. Hu, MD, PhD, from the Harvard School of Public Health at last September’s Global Water Education Conference in Quebec, Canada.
“To reduce risk of obesity and cardio-metabolic diseases, it is important to reduce consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages and replace them with healthful choices such as water and unsweetened tea or coffee.”
Scientists are becoming increasingly concerned about the hydration status of people, excess sugar consumption and the availability of clean water sources worldwide.
Next to oxygen water is the most essential substance human beings require to sustain life. Yet most Americans are in a state of dehydration to varying degrees. People simply do not get enough good quality water into their system.
Oxygen levels worldwide are lower today then they were in the past. Additionally, air pollution can decrease available oxygen in the air to critical levels.
Oxygen is the critical element to the support of life and have many functions within the body. Oxygen has many functions. Oxygen fights infection, viruses, bacteria, and free radicals.
Originally posted 2012-03-27 15:26:55.
Robert August 14th, 2016
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