WaterWritten by Fantababy
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fitness and controlling obesity. It also improves blood circulation to a great extent. One should sip and drink water. Otherwise it's not that good for ears. Water keeps skin glowing and nourishes hair. It also helps in digestion. It is preferred to have one fourth of water, one fourth of food and remaining of air in our stomach. Water also reduces body heat as well as hypertension.
Water added with curd i.e., buttermilk along with little salt, if taken daily, cures piles and gives an awesome effect to our body. Those who have heart, lungs or kidney problems must drink excessive amount of water.
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The diet that worked for meWritten by S D Hill
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I thought about what to do and decided that I would start to write down everything I ate. I would eat a healthy breakfast and then would try not to eat until lunch. I am somebody who loves to snack, eating crisps and chocolate especially. I knew that to not eat anything until lunch would be difficult but I had a plan. Whenever I felt hungry or a desire for food; I would eat a polo mint or if at home would clean my teeth. Sounds crazy but it worked for me! I would also not eat between lunch and my evening meal. The evening meal would be my biggest meal of day and would include anything I wanted including chips. On weekend I would always treat myself to a takeaway and would allow myself some alcohol.
This type of diet needs a lot of discipline and character, however you do not have to do that much exercise or cut any type of food from your diet.
Stephen Hill is somebody who has overcome a stammer/stutter and who now helps other people to achieve fluency. Stephen runs one to one speech courses held in Birmingham, England. For people who are unable to attend there is a seventy minute dvd available. His main website is at http://www.stammering-stuttering.co.uk.