Good nutrition and hydration can help your body to recover from illness quickly while poor nutrition and inadequate hydration can affect your digestion, circulation and your skin health as well.
So, what is your eating plan for good nutrition and hydration, well this week from 13th to 19th March 2017 the nutrition and hydration global movement will reinforce and focus energy, activities and engagement primarily to maintain people’s health and well-being.
Hungry or thirst? Poor hydration can result in body weakness, fatigue mood swings or irritability and a host of health problems. It is easy to shy away from your adequate fluid intake as your brain cannot distinguish the difference between your need to eat or drink and when hunger strikes a solid dry food may spring to mind – burger and chip perhaps….
Good nutrition maintain hydration – Our body naturally consists of about 70% water and some of it is lost when we exhale, sweat and urinate – all is well – this favourable behaviour is our body natural way to rid toxins, the good news is that we can replenish our water losses when we eat hydrating food as follow.
So, next time you blend up, try these nutrition and hydrating delights to help replenish your water needs:
- Water – a great hydrater ph 7.4 / 7.5 – aim for 2 litres water daily
- Seeded black grapes
- Sweet potato
- Seed green grapes
- Plant base nut milks
Furthermore, try out these hydrating delights and thus boost your nutritional need with Vitamin C, magnesium, electro lights potassium and sodium, calcium and a host of other vitamins and minerals which can support your health.
- Quick and easy hydrating blends
- Almond milk and lychee
- Mango and celery
- Black grapes and celery and cucumber
- Sweet potato and carrot juice
So, go for it, fluid up adequately and thereby reduce your risk of health problems and thus help to create a better environment for optimum nutrition and hydration inside your body.