Blogs about Drinking Water

Saturday, August 10, 2019 • Los Angeles, CA 90001
Get Fit With Alesia
Human beings need to use safe and hygienic water for drinking because water is a basic need of life. The question arises, is tap water safe to drink? Let’s have a look at it.
Tuesday, May 28, 2019 • Berkely, CA 94704
Craig Middleton's Blog
Living healthy isn’t just a fad. It’s not something that you should do on and off. Being healthy is a lifestyle.
Wednesday, May 01, 2019 • Oxford, OH 45056
Healthful Advice
Summer is upon us and this is a good time to bring up the importance of water and staying hydrated. Summertime is not the only time when you need to be concerned about staying hydrated. Hydration is important all year long. However, summer is when people tend to think more about hydration because of all the sweat that is lost during outside activities. 
Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Catherine Bares' Blog
5 Major Functions that Water Aids in (Click to read full blog)
Monday, November 05, 2018 • American Fork, UT 84003
HarcourtHealth
Fresh, clean water is the most important thing we can put into our bodies. But how much is enough – and can you drink too much water? Most people believe the “8 glass a day” rule, but for some, this may be too little. How much do you really need to drink each day?The 8-Glasses-a-Day MythMost people have heard that you should drink eight, 8-oz. glasses of water each day. Those in the health and fitness community insist that you need a gallon of water every day to stay healthy.
Tuesday, July 24, 2018 • American Fork, UT 84003
HarcourtHealth
If you’ve seen people in the gym walk around with jugs of water, you may be wondering why? Sure, water keeps you hydrated, but is it that important for muscle growth? Yes. By not drinking enough water, you’re hampering your results.Period.When you drink enough water, you’ll help:1. Fuel Your Energy Needs for a WorkoutYou need to fuel your workout, but it’s easy to feel your energy supplies slip away in an instant. Proper nutrition is key to keeping energy levels high, but you’ll also need to drink enough water.
Friday, September 29, 2017 • Raleigh, NC 27612
Karin Singleton's Blog
The general belief is that most people do not drink enough water and are – more or less – in a constant state of dehydration. Speaking for myself, I certainly have been recommending generous water intake. At the same time, I was aware of a condition called hyponatremia which is caused by excessive water intake, leading to a loss of electrolytes, particularly sodium. According to what I had read, this can be a risk for endurance athletes. 
Sunday, August 13, 2017 • Upper Black Eddy, PA 18972
NatalieSmith, NAPS 2 B Fit, Blog
I am often asked how much water someone should be drinking on a daily basis. This question comes up even more often during the warmer months.The quick, easy, non-personalized, general suggestion is to drink half your weight in ounces. For example, a 200 pound person aims for 100 ounces of water daily.
Monday, June 05, 2017 • North Canton, OH 44720
Philip's Fitness & Nutrition Blog
You might think this is the most basic/common sense post ever, yet I wouldn’t talk about it, if I didn’t see importance in it. I’m one who doesn’t believe in small talk or pointless conversations.