What exactly does drinking water do to help lose weight?

Like, does it actually help you lose weight, and how much do you need to drink in order to lose weight?? What does it do for your health? Thanks!

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5 Responses to “What exactly does drinking water do to help lose weight?”

  1. alberg15 said:

    Water needs calories before the body uses it. Water is a natural fat burner. You need 8 glasses of water or almost 2 liters of water. Water flushes out sodium and toxins and is a natural appetite suppressant. Sometimes, thirst is mistaken for hunger so by drinking enough water you will avoid eating when you’re thirsty.

    http://loseweightguide.info/

    Yeah what she said is true

  2. freedom isnt free said:

    the fitness guy is wrong i weighed 250 pounds and i started working out alot and drink plenty of water and i lost it in about 2months, supposedly not healthy but i went to the doctor and he said that i was the healthiest hes seen me in years. i just cut meals down a bit but do not stop eating. i now way 175 pounds the healthiest i’ve ever been

  3. Brian said:

    Metabollically speaking, water is is the least clogging from a blood standpoint than practically any other fluid. In calorie terms, the highlight that water brings to the table is zero calories.

    These 0 calories are much more healthful than a coke zero (filled with bone robbing phospherous and nasty preservatives like sodium benzoate) even if you are drinking municipal water contaminated with chlorine and trace elements like mercury and the like.

    My liking is to invest in a .80 cent gallon of spring water at the grocery store or wallyworld and make certain it has been reverse osmosis and if possible uv treated. This type of water is worth every penny as compared to mere city h2o.

    In summary water does nothing to actually make your body lose weight, however, if you use it as a tool as a staple alternative instead of sodas, sports drinks, teas, and even juice….you can see an amazing savings of calories every 30 days just by drinking spring water. Here is the simple math: 1 soda @ 175 calories a day x 10 days = 1750 calories x 3 10 day blocks in a mo. = 5250 calories saved monthly. So if your eating 2000 calories a day, you just saved yourself over 2.5 days of eating a month or around 7% of your total consumptive caloric intake monthly.
    Nice huh just for switching to water for months at a time…..and working out while doing this can yield super fast results!

  4. Narine said:

    So here are 3 things you MUST know about drinking more to lose weight:

    1) What you are drinking is more important than how much you are drinking

    I read so much literature that describes all sorts of useless drinks as having water content and goodness for the human body. There are only a few fluid types that really hydrate your body. Plain tap water is ok, but certainly nowhere near the best option. The best fluids to drink are alkaline fluids. Ionising water or some bottled waters are good. Other than this, getting your hands on green drinks and adding them to water raises the alkalinity and brings life to your body. Another option is to squeeze fresh lemon or lime juice into your water. Enjoy.

    2) Drink as much as you possibly can

    Many people in the health industry have recommendations on how much to drink. And none of them come close to the amount you should be consuming. 5 litres per day is a great start. Now this may sound like a lot, but trust me, you should be consuming this much. I consume 5 litres as an absolute minimum. Sometimes I even have as much as 10 litres. So get drinking more and feel the benefits that come to your waistline.

    3) Dehydration effects your entire body and makes every single process less effective

    That includes all the process’ that help your body to neutralise waste and lose weight. So not giving your body enough fluid will, quite literally, help you stay overweight.

  5. Jordyn S said:

    it just fills you!!! you better pik me for best answer caz i have like noooo points




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