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#1 Oana

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Postat 24 January 2014 - 08:24 AM

Deschid acest subiect in speranta ca toata lumea va fi activa in el si va ajuta atunci cand stie raspunsul la intrebare. Acest subiect nu este al meu, este un subiect comun in care sa putem intreba ce ne intereseaza si sper sa primim cat mai multe raspunsuri :D.

 

 

Incep eu cu prima intrebare:

 

Eu una nu pot sa beau apa, beau maxim 2 pahare pe zi. As vrea sa stiu care sunt beneficiile reale ale consumului de lichide si cum ma poate afecta pe mine daca nu beau decat 500 ml apa zilnic?

 



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Postat 24 January 2014 - 08:47 AM

nici eu nu prea pot sa beau apa multa iarna.

uite un articol despre importanta apei

http://www.sfatulmed...idratarii_10639



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Postat 24 January 2014 - 08:51 AM

Iarna incercati ceai cu lamaie.

 

O alta metoda buna e sa tineti in permanenta o sticla de apa cu voi, la vedere. O veti bea din plictiseala cateodata, pentru ca e acolo :)



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Postat 24 January 2014 - 09:06 AM

asta e "teoria" la care "aderez" eu. :floare:


revin cu postarile legate de consumul de apa, care imi parusera mie interesante.


The Correct Way To Drink Water
By Dr. Willie T. Ong

" 1. Drink water when you wake up. Your body loses water while you sleep, so drink a glass before you go to sleep, and another glass when you wake up. You are naturally thirsty or dehydrated in the morning. Drinking water in the morning helps flush out the toxins that have accumulated all night.
2. Drink 8 to 12 glasses a day. According to the Mayo Clinic, a 120-pound individual needs 8 cups of water a day, while a 190-pound person would require 12 cups daily. Dr. Robert Tanchanco says that we should monitor our urine color and keep it on the light side. However, drink only a maximum of 16 glasses a day, and not more.
3. Drink little by little throughout the day. It is preferable to sip water throughout the day rather than to drink two glasses all at once. This will lessen the stress on the heart (especially if you have heart disease) and give your body more time to absorb it.
4. Don’t wait until you’re thirsty to drink water. By the time you feel thirsty, you’re probably already 2 glasses below your normal water needs. Elderly people are also less sensitive to the body’s need for water.
5. Drink water, not soft drinks, alcohol or coffee. Some experts believe that tea, sodas and coffee can be potentially dehydrating. Moreover, the high phosphorus and sugar content in cola drinks can lead to conditions like osteoporosis and diabetes. One study shows that adults who drank six cups of coffee daily experienced mild dehydration. Drinking alcohol is much worse because it actually dehydrates you by making you urinate a lot.
6. Train children to drink water. Set a good example to your kids and drink water together. Make sure that children drink enough water when they’re active. Pack a large bottled water in their lunch box.
7. Drink more when it’s hot. People living in hot climates like the Philippines need to drink more water. They are more prone to develop kidney stones compared to those living in cooler regions.
8. Drink more as you exercise. When you exercise, you need to drink more water to compensate for fluid loss. Go for an extra 500 ml of water for a 30-minute to 1-hour exercise. Eating a banana also helps keep your potassium up.
9. Drink more when you’re sick. Even though you don’t feel like it, you really need to drink more water to help your body recover from various infections. If you’re dehydrated, you’ll feel much worse.
10. Drink more if you’re pregnant. Women who are expecting or breast-feeding need additional fluids to stay hydrated. The Institute of Medicine recommends that pregnant women drink 10 cups of fluids daily and women who breast-feed take in about 13 cups of fluids a day."
http://www.withoutli...to-drink-water/



Effects of dehydration: Why you should drink more water
http://www.flyingsol...rink-more-water

" Tips to increase your water intake
1. Have a big bottle filled with water at your desk. It’s a good way to keep track.
2. Have water bottles in convenient spots where you are working, if you are not desk bound.
3. Have a water bottle to carry with you when you're out and about.
4. Remind yourself to drink some water after each visit to the toilet to replenish your system.
5. Try herbal teas or adding fresh lemon or lime juice to your water if you struggle with drinking plain water.
6. At meetings with clients or suppliers, always say yes to a glass of water (and a refill).
7. Drink some water before you have a soft drink, a coffee or a tea. This will increase your water intake and possibly reduce the amount of these drinks you will want or need.
8. Drink some water if you feel hungry. We often mistake hunger for thirst.
9. Drink some water when you wake up in the morning. A great kick start.
10. Drink water when you are consuming alcohol. Try alternating between your alcoholic drink and drinking water."



Why Drinking Water Is Important for Weight Loss
Diet and Weight Loss Tutorial


There are many reasons why it is important to drink water, especially if you are dieting:
Initial weight loss is largely due to loss of water, and you need to drink an adequate amount of water in order to avoid dehydration.
The process of burning calories requires an adequate supply of water in order to function efficiently; dehydration slows down the fat-burning process.
Burning calories creates toxins (think of the exhaust coming out of your car), and water plays a vital role in flushing them out of your body.
Dehydration causes a reduction in blood volume; a reduction in blood volume causes a reduction in the supply of oxygen to your muscles; and a reduction in the supply of oxygen to your muscles can make you feel tired.
Water helps maintain muscle tone by assisting muscles in their ability to contract, and it lubricates your joints. Proper hydration can help reduce muscle and joint soreness when exercising.
A healthy (weight loss) diet includes a good amount of fiber. But while fiber is normally helpful to your digestive system, without adequate fluids it can cause constipation instead of helping to eliminate it.
Drinking water with a meal may make you feel full sooner and therefore satisfied eating less. Note, however, that drinking water alone may not have this effect. In order to feel satiated (not hungry), our bodies need bulk, calories and nutrients.

How Much Water Should I Drink?
You have probably heard that you should drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day. How much water you actually need depends on your weight, level of activity, the temperature and humidity of your environment, and your diet. Your diet makes a difference because if you eat plenty of water-dense foods like fruits and vegetables your need to drink water will be diminished.
You can do some research and use a calculator and measuring cup if you like, but nature's pretty good at letting you know the right amount to drink. When you drink enough water, your urine will usually be pale yellow, though vitamin supplements and antibiotics can discolor it. On the other hand, you shouldn't need to run to the bathroom too frequently. When in doubt, drink a little more.
Do not worry that drinking water will give your body a bloated look. There are a number of causes of water retention, including consuming too much salt. But drinking water is not one of them.
It is possible to harm yourself by drinking too much water, but it takes quite an effort. Either through obsessive-compulsive behavior or extended athletic activity, drinking large amounts of water can dilute the electrolytes (sodium and potassium) in your blood to the point that it interferes with brain, heart and muscle function. Athletes compound the problem with the loss of sodium (salt) through sweating, but can drink electrolyte replacement drinks like Gatorade Endurance Formula to help keep things in balance.

Tips on Drinking Water
Drinking other liquids also provides your body with a source of water, but note that diuretics cause your body to expel water. Diuretics include caffeinated drinks (coffee, tea and soda) and alcohol. When drinking diuretics, drink more water to compensate.
When drinking alcohol, drinking water along with it as well as before and afterward may eliminate a hangover headache and feeling of tiredness. The water is optional; driving is not.
When you feel thirsty, you are already dehydrated. Try to avoid this situation by drinking in advance. Be especially careful when participating in activities where you won't be able to stop to get caught up.
You've heard countless advertisements telling you what product to start your day with. We recommend a couple of glasses of water to rehydrate your body. No charge.
http://www.caloriesp...orial_water.php



Drinking water with meals can impair digestion
http://www.naturalne...king_water.html

It's true that the entire digestive system works more efficiently when it's well-hydrated, but this doesn't mean it should be flooded with cold water right when it's working to digest your last meal. Too much water during meals can interfere with natural levels of acid and bile needed in the stomach to properly digest your food. In particular, too much cold water during meals can slow digestion and may cause cramping in sensitive individuals.

Tips for Drinking Water with Meals
The general rule of thumb is to avoid drinking water from about 15 minutes before you eat until at least one hour after you eat. But it's all too common for people to go to extremes with this advice. Avoiding any and all liquids before, during and after meals is rarely needed to see improvements in digestion. Instead, apply these simple tips for drinking at mealtime:
1. Think small sips. You don't have to forego water during meals altogether. Instead, simply opt to take small sips of water during your meal. This is great for cleansing the palate and maintaining hydration without flooding your digestive system with massive amounts of water just when it's getting down to business. You can also add a squeeze of lemon or a bit of apple cider vinegar to your water to help aid the digestive process.
2. Choose warm over cold. Iced drinks may be particularly problematic during meals, especially for those with existing digestive issues. If you'd like to have something to sip on during meals, warm liquids are more friendly for digestion. Warm tea or homemade broth are excellent to accompany your meal, and can actually aid digestion rather than impair it.
3. Hydrate before you eat. If you frequently find yourself thirsty during and after your meals, it may help to make a habit of drinking a glass or two of pure water about 15 to 30 minutes before you eat. This can prevent the urge to drink too much water while your stomach is working to digest your meal.
4. Stay hydrated during the rest of the day. Drinking during meals can be a difficult habit to break. However, it's easier to do if you keep yourself hydrated the rest of the time. Begin your day by drinking a glass or two of pure water and then make a habit of repeating this between meals. Soon you'll be well-hydrated and won't crave large amounts of water during your meals.
5. Think moderation. There is no reason to become dogmatic about drinking during meals. Some people find it makes an enormous difference to avoid drinking a lot of liquid during a meal, while others find it has little effect. Others note that simply avoiding ice water or not drinking quite so much water during meals is enough to ease their digestive woes. It will depend on the individual how much of an impact this has on his/her digestion, but it's worth considering if you have problems with gas, bloating or pain after meals.


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Postat 24 January 2014 - 09:47 AM

Si eu obisnuiam sa beau foarte putina apa iarna, cel mult doua pahare pe zi, uneori deloc. Acum, de cand cu programul de slabit, numar paharele pur si simplu. Am grija sa fie minim sase. Acum doua zile am reusit sa beau chiar 8 si surpriza placuta a fost sa vad a doua zi o diferenta mai mare pe cantar. Cred ca are legatura cu apa, ca mesele au fost ca de obicei.

Dupa inca vreo doua saptamani de baut apa, ma astept sa vad imbunatatiri si la nivelul pielii (in special calcaiele care sunt intr-o stare deplorabila)



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Postat 24 January 2014 - 09:56 AM

Eu una nu pot sa beau apa, beau maxim 2 pahare pe zi. As vrea sa stiu care sunt beneficiile reale ale consumului de lichide si cum ma poate afecta pe mine daca nu beau decat 500 ml apa zilnic?


al treilea articol cred ca e raspunsul la intrebarea ta.

eu pot sa spun ca in ceea ce ma priveste, slabesc mult mai usor cu peste 1.5 litri apa pe zi. plus inca aprox 1 litru in zilele in care fac sport. daca nu beau apa, parca nu am energie. plus ca se confunda de multe ori cu o senzatie usoara de foame, cand in fapt e doar sete. deci cand beau apa in cantitati suficiente, mananc automat mai putin. si slabesc mai usor, dupa cum spuneam.

daca as fi in locul tau, as incerca in fiecare saptamana sa adaug cate 250 ml la cat bei deja. si vezi la ce prag te simti "confortabil". poate in jur de 2.

#7 Oana

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Postat 24 January 2014 - 10:07 AM

Multumesc tuturor pentru raspunsuri, ma bucur tare mult ca participam cu totii la acest subiect.

 

Natalia am citit toate articolele de la tine si am invatat cate ceva din ele, as vrea sa sintetizez aici cateva puncte ( ma gandesc ca nu toata lumea stie engleza si poate va fi de ajutor )

 

- este indicat sa bem cate un pahar de apa dimineata cand ne trezim si seara inainte sa ne punem la somn

- sa bem intre 8 si 12 pahare de apa zilnic si sa bem cu guri mici si nu cate un pahar intreg odata

- sa nu asteptam sa ni se faca sete

- sa bem mai multa apa cand este cald, cand suntem bolnavi, cand facem sport

- sa nu bem apa in timpul mesei, este indicat sa o bem cu minim 15 minute inainte sau cu minim o ora dupa masa.

 

Daca am omis ceva va rog sa completati voi.



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Postat 24 January 2014 - 10:29 AM

Oana eu beau suficienta apa, aveam si eu perioade cand nu beam, pur si simplu nu simteam sete, seaman cu mama mea care toata viata a baut prea putina apa si se confrunta cu diverse probleme ale rinichilor si face foarte usor infectii urinare. Eu cred ca apa ajuta sa ne detoxifiem mult mai usor pe interior.

Incearca sa aplici ceea ce ai citit, nu forta de la inceput cu 8-12 pahare de apa pe zi, pornesti cu paharul de apa de dimineata, de preferinta la temperatura camerei, altii recomanda chiar calduta, poate lamaia te ajuta, mai tarziu incerci iar sa bei si tot asa, o sa vezi ca depasesti cele 12 pahare pe zi mai repede decat crezi.

Eu tin mereu o sticla de apa la birou, langa mine si cana plina de apa, fara sa-mi dau seama beau 2l doar la servici + 1l la sala + 1, 2  cani dimineata acasa si cat mai beau dupa-masa. Acum am ajuns sa-mi lipseasca apa. Eu consider ca este foarte mportanta pentru buna functionare a organelor, sa ne gandim ca nici florile nu rezista fara apa....



#9 Oana

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Postat 24 January 2014 - 10:34 AM

Oana eu beau suficienta apa, aveam si eu perioade cand nu beam, pur si simplu nu simteam sete, seaman cu mama mea care toata viata a baut prea putina apa si se confrunta cu diverse probleme ale rinichilor si face foarte usor infectii urinare. Eu cred ca apa ajuta sa ne detoxifiem mult mai usor pe interior.

Incearca sa aplici ceea ce ai citit, nu forta de la inceput cu 8-12 pahare de apa pe zi, pornesti cu paharul de apa de dimineata, de preferinta la temperatura camerei, altii recomanda chiar calduta, poate lamaia te ajuta, mai tarziu incerci iar sa bei si tot asa, o sa vezi ca depasesti cele 12 pahare pe zi mai repede decat crezi.

Eu tin mereu o sticla de apa la birou, langa mine si cana plina de apa, fara sa-mi dau seama beau 2l doar la servici + 1l la sala + 1, 2  cani dimineata acasa si cat mai beau dupa-masa. Acum am ajuns sa-mi lipseasca apa. Eu consider ca este foarte mportanta pentru buna functionare a organelor, sa ne gandim ca nici florile nu rezista fara apa....

Mi-am pus si eu o sticla de apa pe birou. Imi aduc aminte ca atunci cand mancam sanatos si beam 2 l apa pe zi imi era sete, nu mi se parea un calvar sa beau apa. Acum trebuie sa ma reobisnuiesc. Azi o sa beau minim 2 litri de apa, asta mi-o promit eu mie ( mai ales ca sunt cu rusii pe cap ). Astazi sunt o floricica :)))



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Postat 24 January 2014 - 11:21 AM

multumim natalia pt articol si oana pt traducere :grin:  :grin:

si eu am probleme la capitolul asta cum bine stiti...ca sa nu mai zic ca nici ceaiurile nu imi plac...adica cele neindulcite :))

vara sa zicem ca e ok,problema e iarna cand senzatia de sete nu prea exista :crazy:

dar o sa incerc faza cu sticla la purtator...inutil sa va zic ca aveam si o app pe tel care ma avertiza sa beau apa...hahaha  nu a functionat :crazy:



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Postat 24 January 2014 - 12:00 PM

Eu una nu pot sa beau apa, beau maxim 2 pahare pe zi. As vrea sa stiu care sunt beneficiile reale ale consumului de lichide si cum ma poate afecta pe mine daca nu beau decat 500 ml apa zilnic?

 

Neata ! 

 

Scurt si la obiect .. in cazul meu apa ma ajuta cu tranzitul (cel putin asa am observat ) ..cum beau suficienta apa 2-3 l / zi cum nu am probleme cu dl tron ... cum nu beau cum o ia razna ..cel putin la mine asa merge (am un caietel in care imi notez tot tot tot ..de la tron , la paharele de apa bauta ,la ceaiuri si mancaruri ..tot ) si cand ceva nu merge ..hop ma duc la caiet si vad ce  am facut si ce nu am facut . 



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Postat 24 January 2014 - 01:13 PM

Bun, vin si eu din extrema cealalta...Eu beau foaaaarte multa apa pe zi dar cred ca cea mai multa o beau in timpul mesei. Masa mea decurge cam asa...1 gura de manacare...3 guri de apa :)) sau ceva de genul. Cred ca bag 1 litru in timpul mesei, daca nu si mai mult. Nu pot fara, simt ca mi se pune un nod in gat si nu mai pot inghitii mancarea.

Intrebarea este, ca am tot auzit: de ce nu e bine sa bem apa in timpul mesei?



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Postat 24 January 2014 - 01:20 PM

Bia se zice ca apa bauta in timpul mesei ingreuneaza digestia pentru ca dilueaza enzimele digestive, sucurile gastrice, iar acestea isi pierd eficacitatea. Nu stiu ce sa zic daca e asa sau nu, eu cand sunt la masa sunt prea ocupata cu bagatul sub nas, n-am timp sa ma gandesc la apa, beau inainte si dupa, nu respect cele 20-30 min cum se zice asa ca probabil si la mine se dilueaza sucurile gastrice. :))



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Postat 24 January 2014 - 05:43 PM

Si eu sunt cu probleme cu bautul apei. Vara merge usor treaba, dar iarna, parca nu am nevoie.... adica nu imi cere organismul. Daca ma fortez sa beau apa, atunci incepe sa mi se faca sete tot mai des.... 

Eu nu am probleme cu tranzitul, in schimb daca am multe zile la rand fara sa beau apa atunci incep sa ma doara rinichii. (acum cativa ani am ajuns la urgente cu dureri de rinichi; facusem nisip la rinichi din cauza lipsei de apa :huh: . era o perioada in care nu beam decat 1-2 cafele pe zi, apa 1 pahar spre deloc).



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Postat 29 January 2014 - 01:23 PM

Yupy! Am reusit! moderatorii au ascultat rugamintile noastre! acest jurnal se afla acolo unde trebuie! :cheer:

Multumim moderatorilor pt bunavointa! :clap: :give_rose:






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