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The # 2 Cause of Death in High School Athletes is Heat Exhaustion

The # 2 Cause of Death in High School Athletes is Heat Exhaustion


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As a certified personal Trainer and 2X Hawaii Ironman, I know and respect Mr. Hydration coupled with the FACT that The # 1 Injury in Athletes is cramping. Hydration or how to Hydrate is probably one of the top questions I get.

The # 2 Cause of Death in High School Athletes is Heat Exhaustion

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Losing Weight: Enhancing Your Diet Plan


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When you decide that you want to take control of your health and wellness by losing weight you will need to have a plan in place. It will be important that you follow a few simple steps to ensure that you are able to stick to the diet plan. Even more importantly, the plan you choose should help you to maintain your weight loss goals.

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Detox Diet Sample Menu Ideas


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By the time you've completed the first half of your detox diet, you may experience cravings for some of the foods you loved to eat before you began the program. Nobody in a Western country is ever far from a fast food joint or grocery store aisle loaded with processed snacks and artificially flavored, sugary sodas. So staying with your plan many require help in the form of detox diet sample menus, to let you see what's possible when you're faced with those cravings. But in the end, success is a matter of commitment.

Detox Diet Sample Menu Ideas

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All detox diet sample menus are examples of food plans designed to supply all the nutrients necessary to both cleanse the body of accumulated toxins and free radicals, and nourish the process of cellular renewal. A detox diet sample menu is not meant to be followed according to a rigid timetable; it is simply there to offer guidance so you can learn to create you own menus with your own favorite detox foods as your detoxification progresses.


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One Detox Diet Sample Menu
Begin your day with a mixture of the juice of half a lemon or any citrus fruit mixed with eight ounces of purified warm water, followed by another eight ounces of purified water to which one tablespoon of ground flaxseeds have been added.



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Breakfast can be any mix of your favorite organic fruits, .preferably raw. For example, yu can make a fruit cocktail containing:

One sliced organic banana
One-half seeded and sliced organic papaya
One sliced organic pear
One-half cup sliced organic strawberries
Six organic grapes.

Mix the fruit in three-eighths of a cup of unsweetened fresh organic fruit juice, and add a teaspoon of organic honey if desired.

You midmorning meal can be a cup of herbal tea (nettle is great for flushing out toxins and easing stiff joints) followed by a lunch of more fruit or a fresh salad of organic vegetables, with thyme tea for a mid afternoon pick-me-up. It's fruit or salad once more for dinner, and a relaxing cup of chamomile tea at bedtime.

The Importance Of Going Organic

Your choice of fruits and vegetables for your detox diet sample menu are up to you, as long as they are organic and fresh. If y absolutely must use non-organic produce, rinse it before preparation on a mix of one part vinegar to three parts purified water. This is the best way of removing all residues of pesticides, herbicides, and chemical fertilizers. You are on a detox diet to cleanse yourself of all these toxins, so using produce loaded with them doesn't make much sense.

Substitutions Are Allowed

You can also substitute freshly squeezed fruit juice for any of your mid-morning or mid-afternoon herbal teas, and try vegetable soups instead of salads for lunch and dinner if you want something warm. Try whole grain pasta (except for wheat) or brown rice as a covered with steamed veggies, garlic, and olive oil for a satisfying meal.

A successful detox diet sample menu will allow you plenty of leeway in choosing the fruits, vegetables, spices and herbs, and organic oils you like, so that you can stay the course and get unhealthy foods out of your life once and for all.


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One of the primary reasons that diets don't work is that they are not realistic. There are many programs that cater to individuals who want to lose weight immediately, but they have no ability to sustain a person over a long period of time. Therefore, it is important that you look carefully at the plans you are considering and think about whether you will be able to maintain the diet plan indefinitely.


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You can more easily control these cravings when you start a healthy plan that includes all of the vitamins and nutrients that your body needs and add natural herbs and minerals that will help you to maintain your metabolism at a rate that will burn more calories than you eat. When you include natural ingredients, foods, and healthy snacks into your diet plan, your body will be able to absorb nutrients more easily and will not store fat.



Losing Weight: Enhancing Your Diet Plan

Adding natural boosters for your metabolism in supplement form, such as LeptiLean from AdvoCare can be taken long after you have reached your weight loss goals. By getting in the habit, during your weight loss program to taking natural supplements to increase energy, boost your immune system, and get the full range of vitamins and minerals that your body needs, you will not be tempted to fall off the wagon when you have reached your goals.

It is important that you do not stop foods that you are addicted to cold-turkey. When a person suddenly stops eating processed foods, drinking caffeine, or eating other foods that have addictive properties, there are many physical symptoms that will make it very difficult to stay on a diet. When the body goes through withdrawal, you can suffer from excruciating headache pain, joint pain, nervousness, and an inability to sleep.

If you are a heavy coffee or tea drinker, begin by adding water or decaf to your regular coffee over the course of a week. Gradually increase the decaf until you are no longer drinking caffeine. In this way, your body will be able to adjust to the change gradually. This method also works for processed sugar.

Mix processed sugar with a sugar substitute, do not begin by adding enough substitute to taste the difference, increase the substitute gradually until you are no longer using processed sugar. By planning a healthy diet program that you can start gradually and continue indefinitely, you will be able to lose weight and keep it off more successfully.


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"Which drink should I drink?"


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The # 2 Cause of Death in High School Athletes is Heat Exhaustion



 I just recently got back from working a Schumann's Football Combine in California where it was 118 degrees on the field and the kids were dropping like flies due to cramping. I also recently attended a Youth soccer camp. After watching those little Champions run around with no stop in their vocabulary. I decided people needed to know the facts about hydration. You see the little ones will go and go, they don't know stop, but even when we know better by the time we stop it is all ready to late. We have a saying in the world of  Endurance sports like The Ironman "By the time you realize you need a drink or food its all ready to late."



The # 2 Cause of Death in High School Athletes is Heat Exhaustion

So I decided to do a review on 2 of the more popular Hydration drinks. This is a comparison on a couple of popular hydration drinks so you can make an educated choice when deciding what you are going to Hydrate your Young Champions with or yourself with for that matter. What is the difference between Gatorade and Advocare Rehydrate? This is a question that needs to be answered with clinical and scientific facts. You can't just guess according to a bias point of view. We must be factual in answering this to let the readers and users know the scientific differences. I personally used to drink Gatorade and I thought that it was the best  hydrating drink ever. But I began using Advocare Rehydrate and immediately felt a big difference, but as I said relying simply on how I feel is not enough and I wanted to know the facts and the truth between the two famous drinks. So here are the facts I found in The Comparison of Gatorade to Advocare Rehydrate.

Calorie content:

When it comes to calories, we often think that calories are bad for us but in truth our body needs calories for energy. Calories are bad when we are taking in too many calories and not burning enough of them off through activity. That's when calories can be bad and lead to weight gain.

Both AdvoCare Rehydrate and Gatorade  have a calorie count of 50.

Carbohydrate content:

Carbohydrates supply the body with energy. A diet containing an optimal level of carbohydrates may help prevent body fat accumulation and its dietary fiber helps keep the bowel functioning correctly.

Rehydrate contains only 12 grams, while Gatorade has 14 grams.

Sugar:

Sugar contains saccharides. Saccharides have been shown to relieve chronic illnesses and diseases such as kidney disease, lupus, arthritis and several others. They also help to boost our immune system and shrink tumors/cancers.

Rehydrate contains only 12 grams, while Gatorade has 14 grams.

***Note Rehydrate uses a natural fruit sugar

Sodium:

The health benefits of sodium play an essential role in enzyme operation and muscle contraction. It is essential for osmoregulation and fluid maintenance of the human body. Other health benefits of sodium also include heart performance, nervous system and glucose absorption.

Rehydrate has only 100 grams while Gatorade contains 200 grams.

Potassium:

The health benefits of potassium include blood pressure, stroke, anxiety and stress, muscular strength, metabolism, heart and kidney disorders, water balance, electrolytic functions, nervous system.

Rehydrate has only 100 grams while Gatorade contains 200 grams.

***Note Rehydrate has a 1:1 ratio of Sodium to Potassium, the perfect synergy/combination that the body needs

Magnesium:

Magnesium also is vital for maintaining a healthy heart. Magnesium helps alleviate the rhythm of the heart and helps prevent abnormal blood clotting in the heart and also plays a key role in the strength and formation of bones and teeth.

Rehydrate contains 40 grams, while Gatorade has only 3 grams.

Calcium:

Calcium plays a major role in tooth and bone health. However, most people don't know that calcium is also important to blood clotting, hearth rhythm, nerve transmission, muscle function, and cell membrane function.

Rehydrate contains 40 grams, while Gatorade has only 3 grams.

The following are essential nutrients contained in AdvoCare Rehydrate but not included in the Gatorade formulation.

Advocare Rehydrate has Chromium (4.8 mcg). It helps in regulating the metabolism of our blood sugar and thus helps deter diabetes, include controlling fat and cholesterol levels in the blood. Therefore it helps to prevent hypertension or high blood pressure.

Advocare Rehydrate has Beta-carotene (1000 u) that helps prevent night blindness and other eye problems, enhance immunity, skin disorders, protects against toxins and cancer formations, colds, flu, and infections. Recent reports also show natural Beta-Carotene aids in cancer prevention.

Advocare Rehydrate has Ascorbic Acid (120 mg). Ascorbic acid may help in the prevention of early death from heart disease and cancer. In addition to its antioxidant benefits, ascorbic acid plays a primary role in collagen formation which is essential for the growth and repair of tissue cells, blood vessels, gums, bones, and teeth.

Advocare Rehydrate also has Vitamin B content:

•    Thiamine Hydrochloride (B1) 150 mcg. It converts carbohydrates into energy.

•    Riboflavin (B2) 170 mcg. It is necessary for growth, normal cell function, and energy production.

•    Niacinamide (B3) 2mg. It has therapeutic benefits for joint pain.

•    Pyridoxine (B6) 2 mg. with just under 2 mg a day of vitamin B6, your body is able to make more than 60 different enzymes that help your immune system in top condition, keep your red blood cells red, and help the rest of your body functioning well.

•    Calcium Pantothenate (B5) 600 mcg. It is essential to the metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats, as well as for the synthesis of hormones and cholesterol.

Advocare Rehydrate also has L-glutamine (300 mcg) that support of cellular growth, energy, and repair. And L-arginine (133 mg) that enhance the function of the immune system, helping to detoxify the liver, and helping with fertility in men.

These many healthy vitamins and nutrients can only be found in Advocare Rehydrate and they are not present in Gatorade drinks.

With this factual analysis, you can be confident when drinking Advocare Rehydrate that you are hydrating your body correctly. It offers a whole and complete blue print of nutrients and minerals that are significantly needed by our active body. Well those are some of the FACTS I found out about the 2 Popular Hydration drinks. At the end of the day the Choice is yours. At least now you have the FACTS.

Finally, Rehydrate will lower your body core 2 degrees in under 30 minutes. Which could be life saving.

COST: Rehydrate is less than 1/2 the price of Gatorade

FYI: You would have to drink 18 x 8 ounce Gatorade's to equal 1  x  8 ounce Rehydrate

Oh Yeah, you might find this interesting more and more facilities with brand new turf fields are not allowing Gatorade on the field because it will stainthe field.  What was the name of that song "Things that make you go  Hm mm."

Being a 2 X Hawaii Ironman Finisher I sure wish I had Advocare Rehydrate in my Arsenal. I wouldn't of had to be sticking Ice down my shirt to lower my body core.   Hope This Helps.


The # 2 Cause of Death in High School Athletes is Heat Exhaustion






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