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The most common myths about water
The other day I attended a nutrition training session, where not only explained what and when to eat, but also dispelled the most popular myths about water, its properties and application. If you do not drink at night, use just purified water and think you are doing the right thing, congratulations: you You are mistaken.
Myth number 1: frozen means clean. You think the most Cheap and reliable method of water purification, freezing, using ice cubes to rub the skin, add ice to the drinks? Stop! Before from ordinary tap water, get crystal clear ice from almost mountain peaks, do not forget in the process of freezing water about one important point. When the main part of the water is already frozen, drain residues from the ice molds. liquids, because the sediment contains the most harmful impurities. Do not wipe skin with ice (even from purified water) and do not use ice washing if you you suffer from eritrokuperozy, or you have problems with the vessels. Ice procedures not all are useful.
Myth number 2: the more water to drink, the better for the skin. It is necessary to use only pure drinking or brackish water, fruit tea and fresh vegetable juices. Black tea, coffee, sweet soda, it is better not to use concentrated juices and nectars from packages, especially liters. Little sense from them, and the harm they cause to our body is substantial. To check if your skin needs extra fluid, pinch yourself on the outside of the palm. The skin is smoothed quickly - all you have well, slowly - you need more water.
Myth number 3:harmful to drink at night. If you have no problems with kidneys don't need to limit yourself to fluid intake. A glass of kefir tea a few hours before bedtime hurt. Morning swelling of the face and bags under the eyes appear regardless of what you drank before bedtime. Do not forget that dehydration is negative It affects not only our appearance, but also the activity of the whole organism.