New You New Years! Increasing Water

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New You New Years Week One: Increasing Your Water

You made it to the first week of New You New Years!  This week we are going to focus on increasing your water intake. 

Last week we focused on awareness: Being mindful in what you are eating. Thinking about what you are feeding your body is the first step to changing your habits. Did you pick up on anything you need to change already???

During New You New Years, we are going to take baby steps each week so you can be a Trim Healthy Mama!

 

To increase our water intake, this could include drinking more water, tea, or fruit infused waters. My favorite way to drink tea is in Trim Healthy Mama apple pie sips. These are amazing!! I love them so much during these cold winter months when drinking a cold glass of water isn’t as appealing.

My sister and her husband really like to drink sparkling water.

 

Another tip is adding a little lemon to water with some stevia – a very simple lemonade! Adding lemon to your water also increases your vitamin C intake, which is great in these winter months for keeping you well and helps detox your liver!  I made some really good pomegranate tea over Thanksgiving and sweetened it with some stevia for a real treat. Fruit infused water is easy to make too. 

 

I really love drinking Greens in my water. It is an easy was to get in 38 superfoods and probiotics PLUS increase the water that I need too!

 

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By drinking more water, you will help your body stay full. Sometimes when we feel the urge to eat, we really are just thirsty. Drinking Water is also good for constipation. Did you know that if you aren’t having a bowel movement at least ONCE a day (and 3x a day is the recommended amount)  then you are constipated??? (cue music: The More you Knooooooooow!)

Summary: New You New Years Week 1: Increase your water!

 

What are you favorite ways to increase your water?

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My name is Angela. I have been married for almost 10 years and have two little girls. I’m a speech therapist by trade. I am passionate about healing through nutrition, natural medicines, cooking with whole foods, and natural parenting. I strive to honor God with everything I do.
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    • Drink to thirst for sure. There is debate about how much you should drink. Drinking too much can cause your electrolyte balance to be off. I probably drink 8-10 cups of water or liquids a day (water, decaf teas).