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EAT Your Water: 8 Foods to Help You Stay Hydrated

Do you have a hard time getting the recommended amount of water everyday? It’s important to stay hydrated, especially while working out, so here’s a few foods that’ll help you eat your water! 1. Spinach Spinach is 91.4% water. Piling raw spinach leaves on your sandwich or salad provides great hydration, with an added nutritional punch. Spinach is rich in lutein, potassium, fiber, and brain-boosting folate, and just one cup of raw leaves contains 15% of your daily intake of vitamin E—an important antioxidant for fighting off the damaging molecules known as free radicals. 2. Watermelon It’s fairly obvious that watermelon is full of water, but this juicy melon is also among the richest sources of lycopene, a cancer-fighting antioxidant found in red fruits and vegetables. 3. Carrots Carrots contain about 87 percent water and more of the powerful antioxidant beta-carotene than any other vegetable or fruit. Studies have found that compounds in carrots help protect again skin, lung and oral cavity cancers. 4. Celery Like all foods that are high in water, celery has very few calories—just 6 calories per stalk. And its one-two punch of fiber and water helps to fill you up and curb your appetite. This lightweight veggie isn’t …

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Surf Hair Care: Keep those Beachy Strands Healthy

We know the ocean makes the most beautiful natural beachy waves, but when you’re at the beach a lot, like most LoveSurf girls, you’re hair can definitely get damaged. The sun and salt can really do a number on your strands. Here’s a few tips to keep your hair healthy and split end-free at the beach: Pre-Sun Care Use a high SPF sunscreen on your scalp and strands to protect you from getting burnt.  Put coconut oil on the ends before you go in the water, this will protect them from splitting   Wet your hair before getting in the water to keep you hair from absorbing salt water Post-Sun Care If you can, rinse with fresh water as soon as you get out of the ocean. As soon as you get out of the water spray with some type of nourishing treatment (Leave-in conditioner will work fine) Rinse with a cleansing shampoo, or because we prefer using natural products whenever we can, rinse your hair with Apple cider Vinegar after shampooing. Put coconut oil on the ends (not to much or your hair will go greasy) And don’t forget to use a deep conditioning treatment or hair mask once a week. Products …

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