is spring and are standing on a wooden pier extending high
mountain lake. While the temperature in the air is hot enough,
the top layer of the lake has melted only recently and you can
tell by the color of crystal blue water is any less hot thing.
Close your eyes and dive in.
What does your body? What does your skin? Are you relaxed
and open, or tight and limited?
“You probably know that the hot water opens the pores and makes
your skin feel more flexible, while cold water closes the pores
and the skin contracts. Guess what?
Drinking cold water does the same as your digestive tract!
what happens when you drink cold water
– When you take cold drinks your blood vessels constrict,
digestion becomes restricted and hydration is hampered
-. instead of working to digest food and absorb nutrients for
energy, your body is expending energy to regulate temperature.
This can lead to water loss.
– Drinking cold water after a creates excess mucus in your body
food, which can lead to a decrease
in immune system function , so it is easier to catch colds
-. If you eat food while drinking cold or immediately after
drinks, water temperature fat food you just ate and body turn
solidifies it difficult to digest unwanted fats in our body
Some people say that drinking ice water is beneficial because
it burns more calories. Argument that we do not want our
digestive system has to work harder; we want to make things as
easy as possible on it. There are many other ways to burn
Here are some benefits for the water is room temperature or
warmer drinking temperature:
– faster +
– natural digestive enzymes are stimulated and therefore
– breaks down food more easily
– Your bowels move better (
warm water with lemon ! morning is ideal for this)
– purifies the blood and increases their body processes natural
detoxification through the skin, kidneys and lymphatic system
once you get into the habit drinking water at room temperature
or warm, you’ll notice a dramatic improvement in digestion and
how your body feels to eat and after the meal. Some people have
reducing sugar cravings .
Therefore, the next time you eat out ask your server to “Keep
By Anne Hofweber, CureJoy