With the dog days of summer upon us, it’s more important than ever to stay hydrated. Did you know that 75 percent of Americans are chronically dehydrated? With that in mind, keeping hydrated this summer will allow you to enjoy all the season has to offer, from boating and swimming to lounging on the beach and attending a barbecue. Let’s go over some hydration basics to tackle the hot weather this summer.
As the non-alcoholic category of alcohol continues to grow, booze–free beer is a go-to choice for many people. Some don’t want the buzz that comes with alcohol, while others want to still socialize but remain alert for a work meeting. It’s also a great option for those who want to try out the taste of beer but don’t want to commit to the alcohol content. And in so-called “Dry January”, where many people forgo alcohol in an effort to get healthier, sales of no- or low-alcohol drinks skyrocket.
You may have heard a lot of brands selling artesian water and you may wonder: How is artesian water different from tap and spring water? Where does it come from?
Lemons are actually considered a superfood and contain plenty of health benefits and even topical uses. Since lemonade is essentially lemon juice combined with water and some sugar, it is an easy way to get a healthy dose of lemon.
Wine has been an object of adoration and worship since ancient times. And there’s a lot to love about wine: its tempting aroma, the warm and tingling sensation of each sip, its full-bodied and exciting taste.