Health Education in schools


Water is not just water it also contains nutrients.

It is important that we stay hydrated, we use up the 70% water in our bodies as we go about our daily routine; there is so much manipulation in drinking water today that it is important to learn the details of your water.

Drinking cold Water With Meals

I am assuming we all know you can live for 3weeks without food but only 3 days without water. Showing that water is essential to life.

Medical news today-“Consuming enough water every day is essential for supporting all bodily functions, including digestion and metabolism, getting rid of waste, maintaining a normal body temperature, and keeping organs and tissues healthy”

Someone sent me a video with several warnings that inspired me to conduct some research on drinking water.

Warnings in the video

1. Avoid cold water after a meal

2. Never go to bed after a meal

3. Drinking tea with a meal

4. Eating fruits after a meal

5. Smoking after a meal

6. Never rush to shower after a meal

The recommended temperature of drinking water is 16 °C or 60.8 °F. (cool tap water)

I would like to address each warning separately and in several articles.

Health Education In All Schools; A must for the future.

There are many important reasons why health education should be taught in all schools worldwide; aside from achieving better global health, other important reasons are economics and productivity. Health education in all schools might save most governments at least 25% of their national budgets, increase productivity, and reduce taxes on the citizens by an enviable amount.

It might also have two interesting consequences; what do we do with all these healthy productive people? it may even inspire some wishful thinking like encouraging pharmaceutical and some food companies to invest in organic farming and water production.

We may even have to put a halt to automation, or pay a whole set of healthy unemployed creative people a basic wage.

Why should I be learning about healthy eating habits at age 75, should I not have learned them in school; can you imagine what better health condition I would be in today.

Did you know you can harm your health by not having the correct education about water and meals.

Most of us drink cold water for your health, especially during and after exercise; we also know that water and other liquids help break down food so that our body can absorb the various nutrients; drinking plenty of water helps to flush out toxins, aid digestion and helps prevent constipation; water can also help you to lose weight

According to healthy lifestyle; the same might not be true about drinking cold water with or after meals.

  • Some people believe that drinking cold water contracts the stomach, making it harder to digest food after a meal, some also believe that the body has to work harder to maintain its internal temperature of 98.6° Farenheight or 37° if you are drinking cold water.

Are there really any risks in drinking cold water?

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Cold, Room Temperature, Warm or Hot?


As reported by Health line, a 1978 study found that drinking cold water made nasal mucous thicker and more difficult to pass through the respiratory tract; in fact it may make congestion feel worse if you are treating a cold or flu.

A 2001 study found that drinking cold water can trigger migraines in people who already suffer from migraines ; a condition (achalasia) that limits your body’s ability to pass food through the esophagus can get worse when you drink cold water with a meal.

Avoid cold water after a meal, drink hot warm water

Several cultures practice drinking hot or warm water or drinks with meals, including the Chinese, Japanese and Indians. The Chinese have been doing it since the 4th century BC.

It is recommended that you drink 4 glasses of water in the mornings before brushing your teeth, and at least 45 minutes before eating.

Why haven’t we learn from ancient Chinese, Indian and Japanese medicine?

Must Be a Hoak

Who is Dr.Mensah-Asaree?

If there was any truth, the following the pharmaceuticals would have loved him

Some Japanese doctors confirmed that warm water is 100% in resolving a number oh health problems including

Migraines

High blood pressure

Low blood pressure

Pain of joints

Epilepsy

Increasing level of cholesterol

Sudden increase and decrease of heartbeat

Cough

Bodily discomfort

Golu pain (a pain experienced during the Golu festival in the South of India, mainly due to overreacting in festive time.)

Asthma

Hooping cough

Blockage of veins

Disease related to the Uterus and Urine

Stomach problems

Poor appetite diseases related to the ear, nose and throat

Headache

Be careful what you read, If western medicine would undertake modern day studies on the ancient medicines we might benefit from less costly health care and avoid lots miss information

The Debate

“if cold water does not affect you at a young age it will harm you at old age”.

If all this ancient information on drinking cold water is credible and available, why are we not conducting more modern research to verify the suggestions, are we afraid it might make medicine too cheap?

Are we like the flock of sheep that was led astray?

I came across these lines in medical news today and they rang out load like church bells.

In western medicine there is little scientific evidence to suggest that drinking cold water is bad the body or digestion,

drinking plenty of water can help the body flush out toxins, aid digestion, and prevent constipation, I

This is my question-Cold, Room Temperature, 16°C, Warm or Hot?

I have read enough to stop right here; I know there are other opinions but feel free to search the net for anything you can find on water. It might be the cheapest and healthiest medicine available,

Please start off your children in life on a solid foundation on the importance and correct formula for drinking water.

Conclusions

Hard liquor with meal does decrease saliva flow by 10 to 15%, and can harm digestion

Acidic drinks seem to increase saliva secretion, thus favoring digestion.

Drinking water, acidic drinks or alcohol with meals is unlikely to harm your digestion.

Liquids help break down large chunks of food, making it easier for them to slide down your esophagus and into your stomach.

Liquids consumed during or before meals play several roles in the digestion process

Both ancient and modern guides are correct on the question of liquids, the debate is hot or cold liquids, my leaning is towards the warm or hot before, during or with meals.

Water is king

What is your choice?

Critical Thinking Exercise

What causes Lipoedema? what causes it if there is no history in someones family who is suffering from the condition, and the person drank a minimum amount of water during their youth?

Do you know of anyone with this condition, did they drink a lot of water?

If you are a researcher, can you determine if there is a link to water.

Am I crazy?

For more information drinking water with meals, search the net, start with -healthline.com and WebMD.

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