Lemon and salt water benefits are a natural way to replace electrolytes after a workout, flu, diarrhea, or a regular day at work. For me, I need quite a lot of rehydrating and electrolyte replenishing.
Electrolytes are minerals essential to hydration and body health. The minerals found in electrolytes are sodium, calcium, and potassium, which are vital to the key functions performed in our bodies. In technical terms, electrolytes are free ions, carrying an electric charge. They help maintain proper muscle and nerve functions.
Electrolyte imbalance plays a huge role in staying hydrated and healthy. And while commercial products promise to hydrate and replenish electrolytes, they often aren’t as natural, missing the mark in some ways. Sometimes those commercial products that were created in a laboratory can force our bodies to hydrate in a not-so-natural way.
Cleaning The Bathroom Without Bleach is a huge challenge. CLEAN is a word we often connect with the bathroom. That is the place where we work on cleaning our bodies in the most thorough way. However, the bathroom can be one of the most nasty places in our homes. Germs, poopy messes, pee-pee drips, and snotty tissues are lurking in the bathroom. And let’s also consider the mildew that likes to live in the shower. It is easy to take on the battle mode in combating all the yucky germ stuff in the bathroom. Some people get out the toxic chemicals, like bleach, to keep their bathroom in a “clean” condition. Cleaning the bathroom without bleach is almost too scary for many people to contemplate. But today I want to offer some ways to ditch the bleach, while still being confident the bathroom is clean.
When I think of healthy ways to stay hydrated, my mind thinks of my plants. Succulents and cactus are some of my favorite garden plants. Summer temperatures are regularly over 100 degrees where I live, in the San Joaquin Valley in the middle of California. So drought tolerant plants are easy to manage here.
Timing: Trusting God Some parts of life are easy, so it is easy to trust at that point.
And then there are the hard, slogging times of struggle. It is easy to lose trust in God’s plan for that kind of timing. Today I share a special and memorable period, when I was pushed to my ultimate trial to trust the timing in my life.
Can sports drinks hydrate better than water? It may sound like a great way to beat dehydration. The commercials on mainstream media leads us to believe that sports drinks are the big answer to keeping you healthy and hydrated.