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Sorry. Just had to defend my stock of frozen veggies. Frozen doesn't always mean bad.
Originally posted by Evolution Cruncher
also. water prevents many things that are thought to be the root problem.
one example is a headache.
most people in their lifetime unplug lights instead of fixing the problem which is why (I think) the expected lifespan of humans today is less the 100 years.
“Studies have shown that athletes can lose two or more grams of salt per litre of sweat,” said Eichner, who is a Professor of Medicine at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Centre. “If you consider that athletes may lose up to a litre or more of sweat each hour, you can see that over a long endurance event it is not unimaginable that an athlete could sweat out 30 or 40 grams of salt. Replacing this loss of sodium during an event is critical to performance and safety.”
Originally posted by QuestForSafety
Strangely enough, aside from starving, the best time I feel most healthy is when I'm on a strictly water diet,
with only supplements allowed, and I can last that way for long,
the supplements of various kinds, providing my body with more than enough proper nutrition,
yet no garbage that even 'real food' has in it, regardless of additives.
Originally posted by Incognita
To keep myself from getting bored with it I try to take juice/milk/tea to keep my liquids interesting.
Also, for the last few days I've been trying to track down "UNREFINED" sea salt, and that's tough, real tough. ......
Anyways, I've been taking salt in any form I can get it just to make sure I don't make my water/salt level unbalanced. [edit on 20-8-2005 by Incognita]
Originally posted by anniejhops
It should be a daily part of good nutrition but not a cure for everything that ails you.
Originally posted by drogo
water, yuck. i can't stand to drink water. it tasts nasty and just sloshes arround my stomach makeing me feel sick.
also drinking water just makes me more thirsty,
I have had probably a total of 12 sodas in roughly 4 or 5 years now. now, when i drink soda, my body aches for a while after.