Why You Should Never Drink Iced Water?
Imagine the following situation: it is a spring time and you are standing on a dock. The weather is warm, the top of the water has just melted because of the warm weather, but inside the lake the water is really cold. You see this and you dive in.
What happens to your skin, to your body in general? Are you relaxed or tight?
Warm water opens the pores, and cold water closes them, we all know that. Drinking cold water also constricts your digestive system.
What happens when you drink cold water?
When you drink cold water your blood vessels shrink and your digestion and hydration are restricted.
Instead on creating energy, your body focuses on spending energy in order to regulate the body temperature. It also leads to water loss.
If you drink cold water after meal, your body creates excess mucus and you lower the function of your immune system, thus you catch colds and illnesses more easily.
Drinking cold water during or after meals makes your body fat solidify thanks to the cold temperature and thus it becomes hard to digest and remove.
Benefits to drinking warm water:
If you drink water at room temperature or warmer you:
– Increase hydration
– You improve the digestion because natural enzymes are stimulated,
– Make the food break down more easily
– Improve the bowel movement
– Purify your blood and you release your body from toxins through skin, kidneys and lymphatic system
Not only that drinking warm water improves digestion and the overall state of your body, some people say it controls sugar cravings.
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