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Water is one of the most essential requirements of the human life. Much of our body is made up of water. Not drinking enough water will leave us under-hydrated or even dehydrated.

Health benefits of water

  • Water removes waste products from the body, including inorganic minerals.
  • It removes drugs form the body.
  • It produces an active form of vitamin D that promotes strong and healthy bones.
  • It Increases our mental and physical performance.
  • Water keeps skin healthy and glowing.
  • Water can help prevent kidney stones and reduce the chances of getting bladder, kidney or urinary tract infections.
  • Perspiration is the body`s natural mechanism to control body temperature. To sweat proper everyone needs to have plenty of water.
  • Water can be good for clear skin and it can also help in recovering from the symptoms of acne.
  • Water keeps our organs and joints moist. This permits the passage of nutrients and wastes between blood vessels and the rest of the body.
  • Drinking plenty of water help in reducing dark circles.
  • Water also transports nutrients and helps in regulating body temperature.


What are the problems associated with drinking too little water?

This is a very common question. While everyone knows drinking less water may lead to a lot of health problems very few people actually know what those problems are. The usual problems associated with drinking less water are headaches, poor concentration, tiredness, lethargy, irritability, higher risk of developing kidney infections, constipation, dry skin and bad breath.

How to get clear and pure water?

For getting pure and clear water, we can go with a water purification system at home. Purification systems that comes with carbon filter with ion exchange and a micron filter are considered the best (the micron filter helps remove any contaminants that were missed at the water treatment facility).

Many of us do not like to drink a lot of water and hence try to substitute it with other options. Normally a person should drink around 8 glasses of water per day. Inadequate drinking of water could be compensated with the following fruit juices.


Watermelon
Watermelon has a high nutrient density due to the higher water content and lower calorie content.

Grapes
Grapes also add to the moisture content of the body since they have an alkalinizing action on the blood, and have a relatively high water content.

Orange
The number of calories in an orange is low due to their high water content. The edible part of an orange can comprise of up to 85% of water.

Mango
Mangoes are juicy with a sweet taste and high water content making them refreshing to eat.

Oat is a cereal grain that usually has a bland taste and it comes in many forms.

Oats provide soluble fiber (called beta glucan) which acts like a sponge during digestion, soaking up and removing cholesterol from the body.

Health Benefits of Oats:

  • Eating oats regularly lowers the blood cholesterol level
  • The use of oats is very suitable in cases of depression, insomnia, and physical fatigue. Unrefined oatmeal can be eaten on regular basis to reduce stress while cooked oats will relieve fatigue.
  • Oat contains silicon and vitamins A and B. It has soothing effects on the nervous system, both when taken orally as a concoction, and when used externally, during bathing.
  • Because of its high fiber content, oats help in protection from bowel cancer.
  • Oats, like other cereal grains, are valued primarily as a source of carbohydrates which provide calories for energy needs.
  • Oats are also a great source of vitamins E, B1 and B2.
  • Oats have a particular value in helping a person to cope with the exhaustion that results from multiple sclerosis, chronic neurological pain and insomnia.
  • Oats contain one of the best amino acid profiles of all grains. Amino acids are essential proteins that help facilitate optimum functioning of the body.
  • Oats contain a high percentage of desirable complex carbohydrates, which have been linked to: reduced risk of colon, breast, and prostate cancer.
  • Oatmeal contains important micro nutrient zinc. Zinc is essential constituent of many enzymes and is required for metabolism and stabilization of nucleic acid. Zinc also associated with healing of wound, growth, reproduction and glucose tolerance of human body.
  • Oatmeal is good for pregnant women as it is full of nutrients such as minerals and fiber.



Here are ways we can make oats taste better

  • Make the oatmeal with milk instead of water. This will also add calcium and more protein.
  • The thickness of oatmeal can also make it taste better.
  • Adding fruits such as blueberries to the oatmeal will not only make it tastier but would also add extra nutrients.



Oats Nutritional Information:

Serving Size: (100 grams)

Calories: 389 


Total Fat (7g)10%
Saturated Fat (1g)6%
Cholesterol (0mg)0%
Sodium (2mg)0%
Total Carbohydrates (66g)22%
Protein (17g)33%
Iron26%
Calcium5%
Vitamin E (1.09 mg)3%
Thiamin (0.763 mg)50%
Riboflavin (0.139 mg)8%
Niacin (0.961 mg)4%
Vitamin B6 (0.119mg)5%
Folate (56 mcg)14%
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