People often mistake thirst for hunger. This problem is major contributor to people being over weight. If you find yourself reaching for a snack, and you realize you just ate an hour or two before, STOP, take a drink of water, wait ten minutes and then if you still feel you need that snack, eat it. This will help you not mistake your thirst for hunger and help you manage your weight.
Water is the best choice to help you quench your thirst. The average person needs to drink 64 ounces of water a day. Water, not coffee, tea, diet soda, Gatorade or alcohol is the best choice to hydrate. Most of us do not need the extra calories associated with the other choices anyway.
The most important water you can drink is His living water. Jesus quenches a thirst in us for a lifetime. Through Him, we have the disciple to drink the H2O.
Whoever believes in me, as Scripture has said, rivers of living water will flow from within them.”
Be fit and be blessed,
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