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Proper hydration—via water and healthy beverages like green tea and kombucha (not sugary bottled drinks disguised as health elixirs!)—aids digestion, boosts energy, and promotes great skin. Drinking H2O also supports your healthy eating habits, since you don’t metabolize food properly without it (seems important, right?). Trying to work out more? You won’t have the stamina to recover from a tough spin class if you’re dehydrated. Considering your body is made of mostly water, getting enough should be pretty high up on your list of priorities.
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Begin each day with a glass of water and squeeze of lemon. The mental aspect alone - promise, you’ll feel more motivated to eat well and workout when you start the day this way - is enough reason, but also don’t forget staying hydrated is one of the most important ways to keep your energy up.
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Our whole-person approach to healthy living has always extended far beyond food and diet to sleep, stress, relationships, and so much more. All eight pillars work together—hydration enhancing exercise, exercise deepening your sleep and so on—to create a lifestyle that works for you.
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