It’s no secret that there are countless of different types of water out there, all stemming from different parts of the world. However, regardless of the water, does drinking it at a different temperature effect hydration? We invite you to join us today, as we go over just that!
Nothing is as refreshing as downing a cool glass of water after the day is done, but how much is that doing for your hydration? Well, before the body can even absorb the water, it must elevate the temperature of the water to match that of the body. This process burns calories, which can help immensely if you are trying to lose weight. Not only that, but cold water just tastes better!
On the other hand, warm water is much easier for your body to absorb, and it helps to aid in digestion. Cold water, when it hits the stomach, can harden the fats that has just been eaten, meaning that the body needs to work harder to break down these fats, a process that can be avoided—and even expedited—with the help of warm water. In addition to all of this, warm water can help with cramps, regardless of what exactly those cramps may be. If you think that warm water tastes nasty, try adding some lemon juice or even a tea leaf—we guarantee you’ll rethink your stance.
Drinking water is extremely important, but the temperature in which you drink it also plays a very large role. Try to keep that in mind the next time you need some hydration!
Should you need as case of water to go with your hydration efforts, know that Glen Summit Spring Water is here to help!