Drinking water, the best way to keep your moisture balance up to date. Forget about all miracle remedies that promise that you lose weight quickly with their product ... the most efficient way to lose weight is free. What it is? Water!
A water diet, water the most effective means to lose weight, who would have thought? I did not when I did the research. Water appears to be one of the most efficient ways to lose weight. In itself not surprising if you consider that the amount of calories that come in and the number of calories that you burn. Water is not only a thirst quencher, but also a hunger thirst! In fact ... did you know that thirst feels the same as hunger? Many people therefore confuse thirst with hunger. They are thirsty and think they are hungry. This leads to that annoying feeling that you can not satisfy the hunger ... whatever you eat! You keep eating because you keep feeling empty. In reality, you are thirsty and in need of water. Food only exacerbates the feeling just because your body needs more fluid to process the food. This was an eye-opener for me! But there is more ... much more!
Water is the oil of your body. You can throw fuel into your car (food), but without the oil the engine runs inefficiently. Water ensures that all processes in our body run smoothly and efficiently. For example, water stimulates your metabolism. A shortage of fluid in your body, even if only 1% too low, causes a significant decrease in the efficiency of your body processes. 7 Ways to influence your energy intake. This may mean that your metabolism goes down, but also your ability to concentrate. It affects your entire body. Several studies show that drinking 500ml of water increased your metabolism by more than 30% (1) and that people who took a large glass of water before eating ingested 44% fewer calories (2). The body also consumed more energy after drinking a large glass of cold water. Probably to get the water at body temperature. So you can simply lose weight just by adding more water to your diet.
There are even real water diets on the Internet! Now I have "dived in" and I honestly do not think so in the 'water only' diets. At least ... not for a long period. Because if you do it one or two days, it is actually another name for 'fasting'. If you do it for longer than two days, then you are mainly committing robbery to your body. Your body will then break down muscle mass for energy and after the diet will start to store fats as reserves. You could consider it a water diet if you drink a large glass of water (400-500ml) for every meal. Combine that with a low carbohydrate or Paleo diet and you will notice that the kilos fly off. The combination with these two diets is that they are rich in proteins, so you do not lose muscle mass.
Truth about drinking water. The water diet (water-only) is not directly a diet that contributes to your health, but detoxing is. Although it is not directly a solution for overweight (it helps of course), it is a way to rid your body of toxic substances. As a result, your body is being cleaned up. And now I have to directly contradict myself ... because although detoxing is not directly meant to lose weight, this is often the result. And even better ... your body is then better able to lose weight. This is, for example, a program that is aimed at this and works according to a number of followers. Water always plays an important role in detoxing. Usually you can still eat certain vegetables or fruit next to water, but water is the focus of detoxing.
Do you want to lose weight by drinking water? Then you do well to drink 2 glasses of water for every meal, 3 liters of water per day is sufficient. Do not go over it too much, because it does not make any sense and it can be counterproductive for your health. So not really a water diet in the sense of just water, but a lot of water combined with healthy food! Water cooler with or without filtration.
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