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Drinking Water for Weight Loss


An article published in http://www.inch-aweigh.com mentioned, "If you are eating the right food and exercising regularly but still can't get the result that you have expected, then it means that you are not drinking enough water." An essential part of the our body, water helps reduce weight in many ways

Metabolism

There are many forms of metabolism going on in our body and one such is the metabolism of fat. The main function of the liver is to convert fat into energy. It also picks up the slacks of kidneys, which need plenty of water to work properly. If the kidneys are water-deprived, the liver has to do their work along with its own. It affects the total productivity levels of the liver forcing the fat metabolism to take a back seat. This effect results in fat storage in the body.

Let water play a part in your routine

You may have increased the water intake but you fail to stick on to it, everyday. Initially, it's not comfortable to drink water in plenty. You will have to adjust to frequent urinating tendencies at home or work. But it will all change once you make it a habit and welcome it to your routine.

Try to avoid caffeine

Caffeine increases body fat. But caffeine is in essence a diuretic and diuretics dehydrate. Caffeine may increase the heart rate causing few more calorie burns but leaves a negative effect on your muscles. So the best option is to leave caffeine.

Beautiful skin comes with water

The best medicine for your skin, water clears skin dirtiness and helps maintain a fair glow on your face. Skin that is becoming saggy, either due to aging or weight loss, plumps up very nicely when the skin cells are hydrated. It also helps to improve the muscle tone.

Surely, eight glasses of water a day

For an average person, eight glasses of water a day is essential. The quantity doubles if he/she is overweight or suffers from obesity. Increase your water consumption during the day. Make a timetable to remember it and don't allow your body to feel the thirst.

Cold water or warm water

Cold water is absorbed more quickly than warm water. But it is easier to drink warm water. You can note a decrease in appetite when you start drinking more water. And water certainly supports you to maintain a healthy body.

Author is experienced health and diet expert.

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