What’s in your refrigerant?
With temperatures soaring in some parts of the country, there’s a good chance you’re not drinking enough of your favorite refreshing beverages.
A new report by The Huffington Prepper, which surveyed consumers across the country about their personal use of refrigerants, has some interesting findings.
While the report found that some consumers said they’ve been drinking their favorite cocktails and liqueurs at least twice a day, it also found that a quarter of those people had been drinking the beverage once or twice a week.
That’s a bit of a mixed bag.
Most people said they were drinking a couple of bottles a week, with some saying they’ve used that same amount of product once a week for the past year.
But while some people may be drinking more than two or three times a week — which would suggest they are drinking at least a couple times a day — others are drinking more or less the same amount.
“It’s not like a single bottle a week or two bottles a day,” said Robyn Goggin, an executive director of the Center for Health and Environmental Research at the University of Florida.
“The fact is that we’re drinking a lot of different things.
We’re consuming a lot more sugar.
We have a lot in our system.”
There are also some big caveats.
While some people who said they use a lot may be overdoing it, there may be a good reason for that, said Goggen.
For one, it could be that you are more likely to binge drink if you’re overindulging on a beverage, which is exactly what happened in the study.
“The more you drink, the more you binge,” Gogginsaid.
“But there’s something about the fact that you’re drinking that you can control the amount that you binge.”
Goggin added that she would recommend avoiding alcohol when you’re out of the house for longer periods of time, and also being aware of how much you can drink and when you should be cutting back.
The findings are interesting for a couple reasons.
First, there are a lot less people in the United States drinking than there were a few years ago.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there were more than 2.2 million Americans over age 21 who drank in the last month in 2013.
That number fell to 1.4 million in 2015, but it has been on the rise in the past few years.
But there are also fewer people over the age of 18 who drink than in 2010.
It’s likely that more of those are drinking to get in shape.
But for the average person who is drinking a beer or a cocktail, it may not make sense to take their drinking to a place where they are potentially more likely than not to get into a car crash or have a stroke.
And then there are other factors to consider.
For instance, there was one study out of Australia that showed that people who binge on alcohol are more prone to have more serious health problems, and that this can lead to them needing to stay in the hospital longer.
But this was done in a small sample, so it’s hard to draw any conclusions about the health risks of binge drinking.