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Should I drink cold, warm, or hot water?

Should I drink cold, warm, or hot water? Or it doesn't matter with the protocol?

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Tai

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Re: Should I drink cold, warm, or hot water?

As far as I know the best is if the water is room temperature when you drink it. If you got a cold you can drink hot water with some lemon or lime in it that is what Coach Todd told me. but the daily water is best as it is directly out of the tap in the kitchen or room temperature out of a bottle.

Re: Should I drink cold, warm, or hot water?

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Should I drink cold, warm, or hot water? Or it doesn't matter with the protocol?

Thanks
Tai


I think this is body temperature balance thing. You want to drink cold in summer and hot in winter, to keep body temperature just the right.

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Re: Should I drink cold, warm, or hot water?

Yes, Wrotek is right on it being a body temperature thing. It depends on what you want in your body. As long as your getting the correct amount of water, which is equal to half your body weight, you'll be doing fine. But remember to do your salt intake along with the water.

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Re: Should I drink cold, warm, or hot water?

There was a scandal in Poland recently, industrial salt was sold as normal and added to foods. Scandal was silenced with time, little ppl were held responsible.

Maybe that is the reason why salt can be dangerous sometimes.

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Re: Should I drink cold, warm, or hot water?

All salt can be dangerous. It depends on what has been added or deleted. But most of all when the medical societies talk about dnagers of salt, they're talking about the ordinary table salt we grew up on. That type of normal table salt has an added iodine in which the manufacturer's have put in a high quanity of iodine in over abundance. Too much iodine is a major cause of dehydration in the thyroid gland.

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Re: Should I drink cold, warm, or hot water?

Some people naturally run warm. Some people naturally run cold. Some people are balanced all of the time.

I have seen people who love ice water year round. Those are usually the people who could break a sweat in a snowstorm. I have also seen people who drink hot tea when it's 95 degrees outside because they are always cold.

I believe that the best temperature for your water is based on what your body needs. I prefer room temperature water most of the time. I find it to be most balancing. I will definitely have ice water or cold water when I'm hot though. In the gym or in the sun, I want cold water. In the winter, I will often sip on hot water to warm me up, if I'm coming out of the cold.

Totally a personal preference thing. Drink what you enjoy and what your body craves.

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