drink more water

by KalaLea on March 6, 2011 • Posted in Kala's Favorites

photo_redcupAs the seasons transition, I notice a change in the skin on the heels of my feet. Too dry. Could I be dehydrated? I think so … today I recommend drinking more water. During the winter, I tend to drink less water because it’s cold and I’m a lot less active. This means me being more creative to stay healthy and hydrated until summer arrives. One day someone left this big red cup at my office and I took it (it had a FREE sign on it). For the past week, I’ve been filling it in the morning then again after lunch. It’s been a personal challenge to drink both cupfuls before I leave work each day. For many of you, this is not an issue. However, for those of us who suffer from dry skin, poor digestion, chronic pain, insomnia, joint problems, PMS, allergies, and the list goes on … drink much more water and a little less of everything else. Your body will thank you for it!

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  1. Karen

    Good Morning Cousin,

    I too experience very dry skin during the fall/winter on my heels, behind my knees, etc. One of my remedies, pure African Shea Butter. Works wonders!!!

    Yes I agree, water is a miracle worker. I drink 10 glasses per day.

    Much Luv,
    Karen


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