Keeping your body healthy is important. A combination of a balanced diet with regular exercise is the best way to achieve this. Throughout time there have been many different types of products/services that make promises of reaching optimal health, strength or body type within a short period of time. The reality is that anything worth having is worth working hard for, and it is impossible to create a new you based on a passing fad.
Changing your body first starts in your mind; if you don’t feel that you are where you want to be you have to make the conscious effort to change. Next you have to determine exactly how you’re going to do it. The best way to start is by eating healthier and understanding what is actually healthy compared to what is merely marketed that way to improve sales. Smoothies and vegetable/fruit juice blends have been popular for a long time, but the benefits to your health vary depending on where and how it was made. The effects on your teeth after drinking these particular beverages can even cause harm to your teeth. “Parents have been urged to limit the amount of sugary drinks given to children after dentists found 31 per cent of Scots P1 pupils show worrying signs of tooth decay.The figures were revealed by Cherrybank Dental Spa, who believe so-called healthy juices and smoothies are to blame for a rise in dental problems among kids aged two to five. Unsweetened fruit drinks count towards one portion of the recommended five-a-day. But experts say crushing the fruit releases sugars that damage the teeth more than eating fruit whole. Drinks with a high sugar content can cause tooth decay. If untreated, it can cause sensitivity, enamel fracture and pain.”
Being aware of how certain foods/drinks will affect your teeth and your body as a whole is important when trying to improve your overall health. Nothing is wrong with enjoying these type of drinks from time to time, as long as you moderate your intake and make sure to brush, floss and rinse regularly.