Sixteen glasses a day. Eight cups a day. Forty percent of your body weight in ounces. Drink when you’re thirsty. Drink when you’re hungry. Drink when you’re sweating. Don’t drink coffee or soda. Don’t drink tap water. Don’t drink bottled water. Don’t drink carbonated water. Does anyone else feel like there is no right way to drink the right amount and right kind of water? How much is enough? How much is too much? With summer quickly...
While these injuries certainly are not life-threatening, they may prevent a worker from performing day-to-day activities on the job, possibly for an extended period of time. Most strains and sprains can be prevented and, if they do occur, can heal quickly with proper care.
We all use oils and fats a lot in cooking—so how do you know which ones to use when? I have researched several reputable sources in order to get a variety of information and help you decide which oils to buy, how and when to use them and what benefits and risks each provides.
All of us in the concrete renovation industry deal with stress—whether it be from demands on the jobsite, at the office or at home, no one is excluded from the variety of stressors brought on by everyday life. High levels of stress that are not properly managed can lead to a variety of health problems.
While we know that there are long-term benefits to healthy eating, our budgets can restrict the amount of organic, all-natural and healthy food we purchase. By shopping a little smarter, we can stretch our dollars further and still enjoy delicious foods and the positive health benefits they provide.