Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Three Drinks Most Forbidden Currently Hot Day

You feel hot and sweaty when the weather is hot? Sure you are looking for something to quickly quench the thirst, especially refreshing drinks. But you should know that there are some drinks that actually should be avoided when the weather is hot.

Reporting from Prevention, three types of drinks to avoid dehydration will make you more severe when taken on an extremely hot day.

You know soda increases the risk of diabetes, heart disease, and poor dental health, but soft drinks also can increase the risk of direct health is dehydration. New research from the American Physiological Society found that consuming soft drinks to hydrate it really will make dehydration and increase renal injury, compared with plain water or water sweetened with stevia. Although this study was done on mice, the researchers say the findings are still of serious concern for people who regularly quench their thirst with soda.

Although it looks attractive, alcohol of any kind should not be consumed. "Alcohol contributes to increase in urine output, which increases the risk of dehydration," said Heather Mangieri, RDN, spokesman for the Academy of Nutrition and Diet. If you are really in the mood to want a cold drink, should you choose cold mineral water only. Sipped alcohol followed by a sip of water can help prevent dehydration

Coffee or tea
It turns out if you regularly consume caffeinated beverages such as coffee or tea, shown to increase the risk of dehydration. "To drink caffeine consistent, beverages such as iced tea or coffee can actually contribute to your daily fluid intake," said Mangieri.

Mangieri also added that for the non-caffeine drink, caffeinated drinks will have a more pronounced effect, especially on a hot day. "If you use caffeinated beverages as a source of fluid, I would say that you need to drink mineral water," he said.

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