By now, we're sure you know that drinking a lot of fizzy or sugary drinks isn't going to benefit your health. In fact, we're sure that you know drinking water is good for you, but do you know why? Let us go through the many benefits of drinking water and why we think you should be drinking lots of it everyday.
The theory behind it
Water is the main component of the human body. In fact, the body is composed of between 55-78% water, depending on body size. Adequate and regular water consumption has numerous health benefits and has the added bonus of containing no calories, fat, carbohydrates or sugar. The amount of water you consume everyday plays an important role in maintaining a healthy body. Experts recommend drinking 8 to 10 glasses of water each day to maintain good health.
The top benefits of drinking tea without any sugar.
We could go into great detail on how a good tea or water is for you and why you should be drinking it, so we're just going to quickly highlight a number of benefits for you below.
It relieves fatigue
It improves your mood
It helps treat headaches and migraines
It helps with digestion and constipation
It aids weight loss
It flushes out harmful toxins
It helps regulate body temperature
It promotes healthy skin
It helps beat bad breath
As you can see from the list above, these are just some of the many benefits that you get from drinking tea daily.
The Cho-Yung Tea way
We believe drinking water or Tea during the day can help keep you feeling full without consuming high-calorie coffees and snacks. You may also eat less when you do have a snack, as you should already have the sensation of being full. Consuming fewer calories on a daily basis can help speed weight loss.
Ever feel like your 9-5 is killing you? Well, if you spend all that time sitting down, it just might be.
Indeed, numerous studies indicate that the health impacts of continuous sitting cannot be reduced through daily exercise. Even in physically active people, sitting increases their health risks. And this risk has been found to increase with every two hours of time spent sitting.