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Very interesting thank you,if i consume too greater volume do i risk cramps due to flushing out sodium and electrolytes?
Whats your take on post work shakes?
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I agree with you. I thinks water palys an important rule in body’s health.
I was reading how the body needs and requires sodium, and that Americans are told salt causes high blood pressure etc, and that we dont consume enough salt anymore. Once the body senses a shortage in salt, it does everything possible to hold on to fluids and water.
The solution is an easy one. Consume ancient sea salt, not table salt. Table salt is a chemical called sodium chloride, and ancient all natural sea salt, unwashed, uncooked, is what your body is craving. Once you start taking in the correct stuff, your body really flushes out and gets rid of water.
any thoughts? hog wash? there might be something to it.
Can consuming too much water be harmful to ones health?
When is the stopping point for the water intake on a daily basis? And what other form of liquid can one take that is beneficial to ones health, during fitness training or in general?
Hey, It`s interesting about water, but I saw Jay cutler cut’s water before competition? Why he is doing that?
At my last show, I kept my water at 1.5 to 2 gallons and was the driest on stage. Everyone elese was cramping and smoothing out from cutting water. Water cutting is a complete myth.
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