This year it feels like we skipped over spring and went straight into summer! With the temperatures rising and heat waves running strong, it’s time to focus on how we can beat the heat and avoid dehydration this summer.
Your digestive system has trillions of bacteria living inside it. Some of this bacteria is good, while some is bad, and together they are referred to as the microbiome, or microbiota. Your gut bacteria contains over 1000 different species and your body actually has more bacterial cells inside it than human cells!
How many of us have said that if we had more more free-time, or knew what books were worth our interest, that we would take the opportunity to read and learn? Well, look no further. If you’ve found yourself with more time on your hands lately, or you’re searching for some great reads about health and wellness, this list is definitely for you. These books are sure to introduce you to new insights and healthier habits, so sit back with a mug full of hot spring water, steep your favourite tea, and enjoy learning something new about these topics!
What’s the one thing people usually say when someone is under the weather? “Drink lots of fluids!” This is definitely valuable advice, but it comes with limits that most are not aware of. While being hydrated is crucial to fighting a cold or flu, sometimes we end up choosing drinks that have lots of electrolytes and even more sugar. Or we reach for a glass of tap water, which can’t offer the pure, natural hydration that our bodies need. When our system is down, one of the best things we can do is intake liquids and foods that boost immunity. Here are seven recommended drinks for the next time you or someone else isn’t feeling their best. Now you can be the one who gives advice about hydration, with facts to share as well.
If you’re proactive about your hydration (which all Cedar Springs customers are!) then you’re most likely aware of the many physical and mental benefits that come from drinking water. But have you ever taken an in-depth look at the paths and pit-stops water takes as it goes through your body?