It's no magic bullet, but the benefits of water are many. By Kathleen M. Zelman, MPH, RD, LD Reviewed by Carol DerSarkissian, MD on April 04, 2022
Lemon water is all the rage these days. There’s no doubt lemons are delicious, but does adding them to water make you healthier? Much of the evidence supporting lemon water’s health benefits is anecdotal. Little scientific research has been done specifically on lemon water, but research exists on the benefits of lemon and water separately. --Taken from website.
February 9, 2016 by Robyn Youkilis (Author), Gabrielle Bernstein (Foreword)
Harvard Health Publishing May 15, 2022
Written by Urvi DalalJul 17, 2020
The Benefits of Drinking Water: Why Is It So Important to Drink Lots? Fruit infused water: 21 Delicious cocktails Recipes for Weight Loss, Health and Detox Kindle Edition by MARTINA DOLNATI (Author) Format: Kindle Edition
Diet experts have prattled on for years that downing a big glass of water right before or during a meal can help you eat less and thereby lose weight. Makes sense, too: Drinking more would seem to make you more full—and less likely to gorge on second helpings of dinner. But as it turns out, putting this advice into practice may have unintended consequences on your ability to optimally digest foods and absorb their nutrients, which isn't exactly a great trade off, is it? --taken from website
By Stephanie Eckelkamp Feb 18, 2016
How much water should you drink each day? It's a simple question with no easy answer. By the MayoClinic Staff
Time really is everything! Check out the site which talks about when you wake and before sleep. Also before and after you eat.