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Guy Hacks: What’s in your cup?

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A word of caution: if it’s not water – it’s probably not right.

We’ve all heard it before – drink a minimum of 5 glasses of water per day. Sound like you’ll be racing to the can every 5 minutes? Try just replacing whatever else you drink in a day for a glass of nature’s finest. 

Replacing your usual drink of choice with water guarantees weight management, and can help reduce headaches as well, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

If you have an active life or an insanely busy schedule you may think that water can’t handle your lifestyle. But that’s where you’re wrong – studies have proven that water is better than your leading sports drink for keeping you hydrated and energized.

Still have questions? Check out this video that Torontonian medical wiz, Dr. Mike, put together and see why you need to start swapping today. 

 

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