As temperatures become unbearable around the country, take action and learn to cool off and stay safe with these expert tips.
When you’re craving something sweet and need something healthy, excite your palate with this electrolyte-rich turmeric smoothie.
Don’t let yourself get dehydrated this summer. Drink your water and use these tips to keep the body hydrated during hot weather.
Dehydration happens when there is a water deficiency in the body. Besides drinking water you can boost hydration with these recipes.
The body needs water to survive! You’ll know if the body needs water if you experience these 5 warning signs of dehydration.
If you take a run, lift weights, swim, bike, or engage in interval training, you definitely shouldn’t eat these foods when you’re done.
Most people don’t consume enough water to stay hydrated. Start drinking this DIY electrolyte drink that’s better than sports drinks.
Refreshing and filling at the same time, this green smoothie is the perfect meal replacement. Add more spinach for more protein!
Fresh coconut water supplies the body with electrolytes, immune-boosting nutrients, and anti-aging properties that keep you looking young.
People know that water is good for them, so why do so many people avoid it? Here are tips on how you can stay properly hydrated.
It’s beneficial to consume other hydrating liquids besides water. Make these DIY drinks to provide the body with a boost of electrolytes.
For those hot & sweaty summer days, you need to hydrate with electrolytes. These drinks will help you avoid neon, artificial sugar waters.
Have you ever wondered why people tell you to replenish the body with electrolytes? Here’s why they are essential for the body.
For the times you do a heavier workout, make your own sports drink. It’s easy, quick, naturally refreshing and free of chemicals.
Imagine your stomach is killing you and you’re feeling nauseous. Was it something you ate, or did you come in contact with the flu virus.
While we know that diarrhea can be dangerous- it kills around 3100 people a year in the US and 2.2 million annually worldwide- we associate dangers with the Third World, the elderly and the very young, especially...