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Every day you lose water through your breath, perspiration, urine and bowel movements. For your body to function properly, you must replenish its water supply by consuming beverages and foods that contain water.




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So how much fluid does the average, healthy adult living in a temperate climate need? The U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine determined that an adequate daily fluid intake is:


No. You don't need to rely only on water to meet your fluid needs. What you eat also provides a significant portion. For example, many fruits and vegetables, such as watermelon and spinach, are almost 100% water by weight.


Drinking too much water is rarely a problem for healthy, well-nourished adults. Athletes occasionally may drink too much water in an attempt to prevent dehydration during long or intense exercise. When you drink too much water, your kidneys can't get rid of the excess water. The sodium content of your blood becomes diluted. This is called hyponatremia and it can be life-threatening.


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Since 1978 with the publication of my first quilt book Make a Quilt in a Day Log Cabin Pattern, I have written over 100 quilt books and quilt patterns. My quilt books & patterns teach a wide variety of quilt techniques: strip piecing, applique, scrap quilting, crazy quilts, paper piecing, piecing stars, triangles, and squares. You will find numerous quilt border treatments, methods to bind a quilt, tie a quilt, layer a quilt, miter a binding corner, and so much more. Many of my quilt books and quilt patterns contain yardage and cutting instructions for baby quilts, lap quilt, twin quilts, queen quilts, and king quilts. On my Quilt in a Day website you will find everything you need to make a quilt, whether you are a beginning quilter or advanced quilter. You will find quilt books, quilt patterns, specialty quilting rulers, quilting DVD s, quilting notions, quilt novels, quilt related gifts and hundreds of bolts of quilt fabric! If you are a beginning quilter, I suggest my books Make a Quilt in a Day Log Cabin Pattern, Flying Geese Quilt in a Day, Sunbonnet Sue Visits Quilt in a Day, and It s Elementary to get you started. Or try my quilt pattern Tossed Nine Patch, Tee Shirt Quilt, or Pinwheels & Rectangles. A wide variety of quilt kits are available to make your quilting adventure even easier to get started! Looking for free quilt block patterns? You will find a variety of them here on the website. Also feel free to watch my 200+ quilting videos of my television series and our live filmed quilting block party for free!


Since 1978 with the publication of my first quilt book Make a Quilt in a Day Log Cabin Pattern, I have written over 100 quilt books and quilt patterns. My quilt books & patterns teach a wide variety of quilt techniques: strip piecing, applique, scrap quilting, crazy quilts, paper piecing, piecing stars, triangles, and squares. You will find numerous quilt border treatments, methods to bind a quilt, tie a quilt, layer a quilt, miter a binding corner, and so much more. Many of my quilt books and quilt patterns contain yardage and cutting instructions for baby quilts, lap quilt, twin quilts, queen quilts, and king quilts. On my Quilt in a Day website you will find everything you need to make a quilt, whether you are a beginning quilter or advanced quilter. You will find quilt books, quilt patterns, specialty quilting rulers, quilting DVD s, quilting notions, quilt novels, quilt related gifts and hundreds of bolts of quilt fabric! If you are a beginning quilter, I suggest my books Make a Quilt in a Day Log Cabin Pattern, Flying Geese Quilt in a Day, Sunbonnet Sue Visits Quilt in a Day, and It s Elementary to get you started. Or try my quilt pattern Tossed Nine Patch, Tee Shirt Quilt, or Pinwheels & Rectangles. A wide variety of quilt kits are available to make your quilting adventure even easier to get started! Looking for free quilt block patterns? You will find a variety of them here on the website. Also feel free to watch my 200+ quilting videos of my television series and our live filmed quilting block party for free! I invite you in to kick off your shoes and take a tour around my website to find everything a quilter needs, wants, and more! Eleanor Burns


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Do you drink just one cup of coffee or tea first thing in the morning, hoping the caffeine in it will jump-start your day? Do you follow it up with a caffeinated beverage or two and then drink several more cups of coffee throughout the day?


Many packaged foods, including beverages and dietary supplements containing caffeine, voluntarily provide information on the label as to how much caffeine they contain. Consumers should take care when consuming for the first time a new packaged food containing added caffeine if the amount of caffeine in the food is not declared on the label.


There are several online databases that provide estimates of caffeine content of certain foods and beverages such as coffee and tea. However, the amount in these brewed beverages can vary depending on such factors as how and where the coffee beans and tea leaves were grown and processed and how the beverage product is prepared.


For reference, a 12 ounce can of a caffeinated soft drink typically contains 30 to 40 milligrams of caffeine, an 8-ounce cup of green or black tea 30-50 milligrams, and an 8-ounce cup of coffee closer to 80 to 100 milligrams. Caffeine in energy drinks can range from 40-250 mg per 8 fluid ounces.


No. Decaf coffees and teas have less caffeine than their regular counterparts, but they still contain some caffeine. For example, decaf coffee typically has 2-15 milligrams in an 8-ounce cup. If you react strongly to caffeine in a negative way, you may want to avoid these beverages altogether.


Pure and highly concentrated caffeine products present a significant public health threat and have contributed to at least two deaths in the United States in the last few years. (In April, the FDA took action to protect consumers from these products.)


These products, often labeled as dietary supplements, consist of pure or highly concentrated caffeine in powder or liquid forms and are often marketed in bulk packaging with up to thousands of servings per container, requiring the consumer to measure out a safe serving from what can be a toxic or even lethal amount of bulk product.


The risk of caffeine overdose increases as the concentration of caffeine in the product increases, meaning even small dosages of a highly concentrated product could lead to dangerous effects. Just one teaspoon of pure powdered caffeine can contain the same amount of caffeine as 28 cups of coffee, and a half cup of a liquid highly concentrated caffeine product contains the equivalent of more than 20 cups of coffee. These are toxic amounts that can have serious health consequences, including death.


No. Caffeine is a stimulant, which may cause you to be more alert and awake, but it is not a substitute for sleep. Typically, it can take 4 to 6 hours for your body to metabolize half of what you consumed. So, a cup of coffee at dinner may keep you awake at bedtime.


Sodium attracts water, and a high-sodium diet draws water into the bloodstream, which can increase the volume of blood and subsequently your blood pressure. High blood pressure (also known as hypertension) is a condition in which blood pressure remains elevated over time. Hypertension makes the heart work too hard, and the high force of the blood flow can harm arteries and organs (such as the heart, kidneys, brain, and eyes). Uncontrolled high blood pressure can raise the risk of heart attack, heart failure, stroke, kidney disease, and blindness. In addition, blood pressure generally rises as you get older, so limiting your sodium intake becomes even more important each year. 041b061a72


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