Size Matters Serialisation – Chapter 8 – Fluids, Eating Patterns, Intermittent Fasting, Eating Out and the Demon Drink!

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This a a brilliant gift – the serialisation of Size Matters by Sally Cronin. I’ve read it, and apart from it being exactly what anyone who is overweight needs to get slim and get healthy, it’s for everyone else too. It’s filled with tons of information about how to live a healthy and happy lifestyle without being deprived. Follow the links to get past posts.

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Chapter 8 Fluids, Eating Patterns, Intermittent Fasting, Eating out and the demon drink!

We are often told that we must drink at least eight glasses of water a day but we are not normally told why we should do this. The reason is that dehydration is a very simple way of killing ourselves. I had no idea how important it was to drink lots of water until I started doing research into my own health, and since then I have always taken plenty of fluids. It is good to know that, in fact, other fluids do count, so it is not necessary to drink eight glasses of straight water each day, although I find now that I quite enjoy drinking filtered or still mineral water, particularly when I am thirsty.

Below are some interesting facts that might persuade you to reconsider your drinking habits:

  • Our body consists of between 60%…

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One thought on “Size Matters Serialisation – Chapter 8 – Fluids, Eating Patterns, Intermittent Fasting, Eating Out and the Demon Drink!

    D.G.Kaye said:
    September 27, 2015 at 12:36 am

    Great series! Nice to see Sal reblogged here.🙂

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