Drinking hot water is the easiest and safest way to clean your body and to stay healthy, says Dr. Peter MacNamara, a leading gastroenterologist at The University of Michigan.
He tells MTV News: I think what it comes down to is what we’re trying to achieve with the cold water, is it’s what we need to avoid?
We need to minimize the amount of bacteria in the water, and to be able to get the most out of it, and the most enjoyment out of the water.
Dr. MacNara says the water you drink can be a little cloudy in some places, but if you drink hot water you don’t have to worry about that.
He also recommends drinking at least 4 ounces (100 ml) of hot water per day to prevent the water from being cloudy.
There are two types of cold water you can drink.
The first type is cold water that has a chemical in it called chlorine, which is the main ingredient in most hot water.
It has a shelf life of four to five years.
The second type of cold is water that is a combination of chlorine and carbon dioxide.
The carbon dioxide is created when CO2 is exhaled by the breath, so if you exhale carbon dioxide into the air you will release the chlorine in the cold.
In addition, there are a number of things you can do to keep your body temperature up, which include drinking more water, eating more fruits and vegetables, and taking more vitamins and minerals.
If you have chronic conditions, like type 1 diabetes, you should drink a lot of cold and hot water each day.
If your temperature is a little higher than 90 degrees Fahrenheit (36 degrees Celsius), then you should start to feel the effects of hypothermia, which can make your body start to cool down.
You can also make your water taste better by adding a little sugar to the water in a way that helps to soften the taste of the cold and the hot water as they mix.
What you should not do is drink too much water.
The more you drink, the more the bacteria can build up in your body, which causes it to become cloudy and make you feel sick.
For more health tips, read our blog article, How to drink cold water.