Nutrition can be an endlessly confusing science, full of contradictory information — Does expensive really mean healthier? Is a vegan diet actually good for you? What does moderation even mean, anyway? — but every so often, you run into a decision that seems like a no-brainer. Like, for example, whether it’s better to satisfy your sweets craving with a handful of gummy vitamins or a handful of actual gummy candy. Both are made pretty much entirely of substances you can’t pronounce, but one is actually good for you. Obviously, you go with the vitamins.
Tip 1: Drink Water
Every cell in your body functions only as well as the fluid that surrounds it. Therefore, the more hydrated your body is, the healthier you are likely to be.
The body eliminates waste through liquids in four ways: respiration, urination, perspiration or defecation. Each of these processes dehydrates you, making the replenishment of fluid essential. As we age, the amount of water persistently in our bodies decreases, making the elimination of waste more difficult. The older we get, the more water we need to drink. The same goes for hot days when we perspire more and dry days when we lose more water through respiration.
You should not wait until your mouth and throat are dry to drink water. In fact, people often believe they are hungry when they are thirsty.
Discover a powerful way you can get better results from your advertising, marketing and sales copy. Some words in the English language are stronger than others. Learn to use these words and apply them to your advertising copy, sales letters, landing pages and other marketing materials. Your marketing message will be more compelling and more successful.
The words on this list speak to some of the most basic human needs, drives, and impulses. You can use this knowledge to create more compelling sales and marketing copy for your direct mail, email promotions, and landing pages. Good copy writers have known and used these words with great results for over a century, but recently Yale University conducted a study within their psychology department to isolate and identify the words that motivate us.
This list of powerful words may seem a restatement of the obvious. However, it's interesting to see empirical studies like this to reaffirm the importance of using the right words to motivate behavior.