Why Are We Iodine Deficient? 

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Similar to pregnancy, the amino  Renew Magnesium Spray Review acid contained by taurine has no proof of being unsafe for breastfeeding. Actually, taurine is an important content of milk in a mom's breast. If you will notice, some infant formulas such as milk and soft processed food contain taurine. It is because infants do not have that much ability of making taurine on its own because they are not yet fully developed.Because of the infant formulas where taurine was present, many people were convinced that it will take no side effect on breastfeeding. On the other hand, because taurine is a dietary supplement, a mother's body should not be producing that much milk. Because of this, a baby may not get enough nutrients from the mother's womb.

The components of taurine present in infant foods may not be a similar content as to taurine produced by the own body. As of now, taking taurine during the breastfeeding period does not have any proven benefits or side effects even though there are plenty of taurine produced by the human body.Regardless of the studies that are conducted by different organizations, a pregnant woman should be the first one to be responsible in their pregnancy and breastfeeding. Since there are no concrete evidences on both, the best thing that they can do is to coordinate with their doctor.In another article, the topic of water was reviewed, pointing out that getting water in your diet instead of pop, coffee, or one of those high calorie drinks from the coffee shop would benefit your health. Let's dig deeper into why water is so important and also when water is not enough for your body to continue with long durations of exercise.

People who exercise are going to drink more because they sweat a lot more than someone who does not exercise, and they need water for body temperature regulation during the exercise activity they choose. When you exercise, no matter what length of time, water should be consumed before, during, and after exercise. This is especially important for athletes, and more important for athletes doing sports that last longer than 20 minutes. If you are not properly hydrated, your performance will decrease for every percent of hydration that is lost. Make sure that you drink water during the day before your activity, and then make sure you hydrate every 10 to 20 minutes of your exercise. For activities lasting longer than an hour you may want to add a sports drink with electrolytes to help your body with the hydration process. After the activity, one would need to hydrate again to make sure the body recovers properly and efficiently.

Recommendations for hydration include 10 to 20 oz of water 2 to 4 hours pre-activity, drink 6 to 8 oz of water 10 minutes prior to exercise, drink 6 oz of water every 10 minutes of activity, and remember if you are going over an hour get that sports drink to take you past this point!Post workout hydration can be tough to do because we seem to be on the run to get to work, home, or to some other thing that we busy ourselves with. The easiest way to make sure you are replacing what you lost is to weigh yourself before exercise and then weigh in again when you are done. For every pound that is lost during exercise, replace it with 16 to 20oz of water/sports drink. If exercise was performed for over 60 minutes then a sports drink should be considered. The sports drink should include carbohydrates and protein. Now go out and get your exercise on and start making a difference in your health with water. Remember to consume water before, during, and after your workout for the best performance, results, and recovery!

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