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10 healthy alternatives to soda

In Health and Wellness by Karen Eisenbraun, CHNC August 28th, 2018

Addicted to soda? You’re not alone. Despite soda’s health risks, one-third of Americans drink at least one soda every day. But giving up your soda habit is a lot easier said than done. One of the best things you can drink is just plain water. But sometimes you want something a little more appealing. These 10 healthier alternatives will help you meet your hydration goals without sacrificing flavor. 1. Water enhancers Water enhancers, sold as …

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The 10 worst drinks for your body

In Nutrition by Karen Eisenbraun, CHNC August 28th, 2018

What you drink can have more calories than an entire meal, not to mention loads of sugar, artificial ingredients, and other unhealthy additives.  Some of the worst drinks for your body are marketed as “heath drinks”. It doesn’t help that many beverage labels are misleading. You may think you’re making a healthy choice by choosing a drink that reads “all natural,” but this type of language isn’t regulated by the FDA, and food manufacturers could …

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15 ways to trick yourself into drinking more water

In Health and Wellness by Karen Eisenbraun, CHNC September 1st, 2018

You probably already know you should drink more water. Being busy or bored by water can make it difficult to remember to drink enough, so it’s important to find ways around these challenges. Part of maintaining good health is finding ways to incorporate better habits into your day to day life. That may mean enlisting other people to help, or turning it into a game, or simply using the tools you have at your disposal …

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5 reasons drinking more water may help you lose weight

In Weight Loss by Karen Eisenbraun, CHNC August 21st, 20180 Comments

Is drinking more water the secret to losing weight? It can certainly help. Water may be one of the most overlooked components in weight loss and overall health. Drinking enough water is important, but it’s easy to forget. In fact, dehydration is much more common than most people realize. Studies show that up to 75% of Americans aren’t drinking enough water, which can lead to symptoms such as fatigue, headaches, muscle cramps, and joint pain. …