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Cold Water During Meals and Its Dangers!!!

23 Mar

The Chinese and Japanese drink hot tea with their meals, not cold water. Most observers also believed that Japanese culture such as eating raw vegetables and fruits, as well as their average healthy lifestyles all constitutes to their long life existence maybe it is time we adopt their lifestyle and even drinking habits.  Image   Researchers say that cold water has many bad effects in health including the dreaded cancer diseases especially during meals. However, our body  requires cold water especially during workout and exercise to cool down our body temperature. Studies on the same mainly extoll the benefits of drinking cold water, especially during and after vigorous exercise. Cold water is absorbed by the body more quickly than warm water and can help lower one’s body temperature, preventing dehydration Though during mealtimes while It may seem nice to have a cup of cold drink after a meal, ice cold water helps solidifies the fatty contents of the foods that you have consumed, making the digestion process difficult. When toxins and other harmful substances (fats, food coloring, msg, etc.) from the foods you ate freezes inside the stomach because of the cold liquid you ingested, there are high chances that you may develop various types of diseases like Heart diseases,Cancer, Indigestion, Acid reflux,Diarrhea,Hypertension,Skin diseases,Stroke,Stomach pain, Irritable bowel syndrome, Headache (migraine), Brain freeze, Tooth ache and Gum infections.The only time cold water can be damaging is when you consume it together with your usual meal .Therefore it is best to drink hot soup or warm water after a meal. Drink a lot of natural tea, coffee and avoid sodas and artificial juices. You want to live a long life…then it’s time you check your drinking habits.

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Posted by on March 23, 2012 in Uncategorized

 

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