Due to lead-poisoned water in Flint, Michigan (and in several other places), many of us are concerned about drinking water quality (1). We usually perceive bottled water to be better than tap or filtered water. However, studies have shown that our assumptions about bottled water are often not true (2,3). [...]
Have you enjoyed the bliss and passion of a honeymoon... and then, unfortunately all too common, the disappointing experience of evaporating love? How about the invigorating high of starting a big new project, that seemingly perfect job, or the business of your dreams, and then the eventual decline into routine [...]
As we get older, many of us sometimes feel apprehensive, concerned, and even scared about aging. I'm no exception. In fact, this is quite natural. I was recently thinking, what are some simple, natural ways to slow down aging, that are applicable to most people? And after contemplating this question [...]
Life often feels incredibly complex. So many people, with so many problems! So many issues and situations to deal with! So many moving parts! And so much to learn! And yet, we also experience moments of clarity. Amidst all the incredible diversity we sometimes glimpse astounding simplicity. Below the constant [...]
WATERMINS announces EMDROPS, electrolyte water drops for adding healthy essential minerals to drinking water & beverages.
WATERMINS announces nationwide availability of EMDROPS, a preservative-free patent-pending liquid mineral supplement and water enhancer for adding essential mineral electrolytes to purified drinking water. EMDROPS allows consumers to easily make electrolyte water for health and hydration benefits, at just a few pennies a day; and also gives consumers the option of significantly increasing calcium [...]
1. Start your day with 2 cups of water, not coffee or tea. We tend to be a bit dehydrated after several hours of sleep, and this is one of the reasons why we often experience mental slowness upon arising, even after getting adequate rest. Although coffee and tea temporarily [...]
The short answer is No. The better answer is somewhat complicated. In-depth scientific research about hydration is surprisingly limited1. That said, much can be concluded from what is already known. The popular rule of thumb to drink 8 cups of water per day is actually an underestimate for most adults, [...]