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Health, Fitness and Nutrition

DAY 6 | Staying Hydrated | Nutrition Week 2020

Health, Fitness and Nutrition

DAY 6 | Staying Hydrated | Nutrition Week 2020

On Day 6, we shall look into the importance of staying hydrated. We will help you understand the benefits of this, share some tips, surprising facts and bust some myths! Hope you find this helpful and we'd love to have your share your experiences and anything that you'd want to share with us around this topic! ... more

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Team ParentCircle Sep 7, 2020

Hydrateeee!

We hope you have been learning new things today along with us to get the right nutrition for you and your family! We would love you to share your takeaways from today's segment and anything that you'd like to share!

Day 7 coming soon!!

Team ParentCircle Sep 6, 2020

#Day6 of Nutrition Week! Energy drinks were developed for athletes by a team of physicians at the University of Florida in 1965. These drinks were designed to prevent dehydration and replenish carbohydrates and electrolytes in athletes who perform intense physical activity. Replacing water with energy drinks will result in weight gain in non-athletes. So, the go-to option to quench the thirst should be water.

Team ParentCircle Sep 6, 2020

#Day6 of Nutrition Week! Drinking too much water (overhydration) can also be dangerous. Overhydration means the body holds on to more fluid than the kidneys can remove. It is important to stick to the recommended water intake per day (changes based on age, gender, activity, weather and overall health).

Team ParentCircle Sep 6, 2020

This ClipBook talks about health benefits of drinking water and how it is essential to keep certain diseases at bay.

Team ParentCircle Sep 6, 2020

#Day6 of Nutrition Week! Todays tip: To stay hydrated you can drink a glass of buttermilk or even a bowl of vegetable soup. You can even eat hydrating fruits and vegetables like cucumber, tomatoes, zucchini, watermelon, cantaloupe, and oranges.

Team ParentCircle Sep 6, 2020

#Day6 of Nutrition Week, we are going to emphasize on the importance of water for the human body! Water is essential to survive. Every cell, tissue and organ in your body needs water to work properly. If you don't drink enough water, it can cause dehydration. Even mild dehydration can make you tired.

P.S. You can download the infographic onto your system (right-click on the image ---> click on Save Image As). Open the image file and zoom it to read it more clearly.