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blackdoctor.org/506519/room-temp-vs-cold-water-which-is-better

The longstanding debate is which water is better for you to drink: cold or room temperature? The truth is you just need to drink water and more of it. Water is great ...

spoonuniversity.com/lifestyle/water-temperature-cold-or-room-temperature

Is there a difference between drinking cold and room temperature water? Is one better for you than the other? The answer may surprise you.

www.healthyandnaturalworld.com/drinking-cold-or-warm-water

Nov 17, 2014 ... Dr. Mark Hyman MD recommends drinking room temperature water with ... and has a more soothing effect in the intestines than cold water (5).

www.bewellbuzz.com/general/cold-or-warm-water-whats-better

Some doctors suggest that room temperature or body temperature water is better than cold water, because the body has to expend energy to heat cold water to ...

www.atipt.com/blog/water-cold-vs-room-temperature

Feb 16, 2016 ... Which is better: Cold or room temperature water?There's a myth out there stating that room temperature water is best for your body. Curious ...

dianeatwood.com/drink-room-temperature

Aug 22, 2016 ... Warm versus cold. Why room temperature? Because Traditional Chinese Medicine sees digestion as a warm process. It takes heat to break ...

www.livestrong.com/article/479552-what-is-better-for-weight-loss-room-temperature-water-or-cold-water

Nov 6, 2015 ... While it seems intuitive that cold water might be better for weight loss than room- temperature water, its temperature doesn't make a significant ...

www.today.com/health/should-you-drink-warm-or-cold-water-when-you-wake-t51041

Aug 26, 2016 ... Experts weigh in on the benefits of drinking warm versus cold water. ... This latest claim about the temperature of drinking water sparked some ...

catchinghealth.bangordailynews.com/2016/06/23/blog/why-you-should-drink-water-and-other-beverages-at-room-temperature

Jun 23, 2016 ... Warm versus cold. Why room temperature? Because Traditional Chinese Medicine sees digestion as a warm process. It takes heat to break ...