As temperatures heat up, keeping hydrated is essential for your body’s internal mechanisms and to improve your external appearance as well. Water is the best beverage option to provide fluids without any of the negative affects of other drinks—caffeine, sugar, unnecessary calories and artificial dyes. However drinking water, water and more water all day can get boring, quick.  Especially when soft drinks, sports drinks, fruit juices and even an ice cold beer are calling your name! So, to...
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