Hello everyone, a dear friend of mine from Hong Kong emailed this to me today and I thought it was really interesting and definitely something to share with the EmpowHer community. This really makes sense to me, and I'm definitely going to start sipping warm drinks with meals. Have any of your heard of this idea before?
Drinking Warm Water
Heart Attacks And Drinking Warm Water
This is a very good article.
About warm water after your meal, but about Heart Attacks.
The Chinese and Japanese drink
Hot tea with their meals, not
Cold water, maybe it is time we
Adopt their drinking habit.
For those who like to drink cold water,
This article is applicable to you.
To have a cup of cold drink after a meal.
However, the cold water will solidify the
Oily stuff that you have just consumed.
It will slow down the digestion.
Once this 'sludge' reacts with the acid, it will break down and be absorbed by the intestine
Faster than the solid food.
It will line the intestine.
Very soon, this will turn into fats and lead to cancer.
It is best to drink hot soup or warm water after a meal.
Common Symptoms Of Heart Attack
A serious note about heart attacks - You should know that not every heart attack symptom is going to be the left arm hurting.
Be aware of intense pain in the jawline.
You may never have the first chest pain during the course of a heart attack.
Nausea and intense sweating are also common symptoms. 60% of people who
Have a heart attack while they are asleep &
Do not wake up.
Pain in the jaw can wake you from a sound sleep.
Let's be careful
And be aware.
The more we know,
The better chance we can survive.
A cardiologist says if everyone who reads
This message sends it to 10 people, you can be sure that we'll save at least one life.
Be a true friend and send this article
To all your friends you care about.
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