Today we’re going to look at some strategies to stay hydrated (from the inflatable campfire Q&A at IMEX 2018 in Las Vegas)…
You are chronically dehydrated, and it just gets worse when you travel due to additional stress, airplanes and new environments.
People often ask for THE most important thing they can do when it comes to wellness, and that is a tough question, as there are SO MANY choices that we need to make to get the results we want.
I’d have to say getting enough water is going to give you the biggest return on your lifestyle change.
And, it’s not just drinking the water, but rather “eating” the water.
I know that may sound strange, but the water that has been “processed” by plants (fruits, vegetables, etc) is in a form that is MORE absorbable into your cells…which is the tricky part.
Eating them helps to hydrate you!
Drinking a bunch of water at once is like “flash flooding” your body…
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