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TIP: Drinking water before every meal helps with weight loss

How do you know if you are drinking enough water. Yesterday, John wrote about the lack of clarity around water drinking and losing weight, especially during a meal. Quite coincidentally, a new study has been published today showing that you can lose EXTRA a little more than 2 kilograms per 12 weeks during a diet by drinking two glasses of water for every large meal. Now this information is not new in itself - we already call this tip regularly for all sorts of tips to lose weight - but it has now been 'officially' scientifically proven. In this first study into the effects of water on your body weight, it has become clear that with every meal you eat about 75 to 90 calories less by first drinking two glasses. It is about large glasses of 237ml, so almost half a liter for every meal. Incidentally, the researchers do not say that drinking water by definition helps to burn fat or melt away fat, since these results were achieved by comparing two groups that were working on a low-calorie and low-fat diet. So one group had to drink two glasses of water for each meal and it was possible to lose weight faster than the group that drank no extra water. Lose weight by drinking water.

Long-term customization of habits

It was also interesting to see that after a year the group that had to drink the glass of water had lost a small extra kilo, even without following a diet. How many liter of water should you drink. There was therefore no decline in this longer period. A large part of this group still drank two glasses of water for each large meal, because they feel that it actually helps to eat less (and the figures therefore confirm this too). In the meantime they have made a habit of drinking the glass of water, and this seems to be very good - even if they are not on a diet.
Incidentally, there are still a number of comments to be made when drinking water for each meal according to Diet blog (and also fairly right in my eyes):

  •     Do not use drinking water as an excuse to eat unhealthy. Healthy eating must always be the basis of long-term weight loss. Logically, it will not work if you drink two glasses of water before eating a bag of chips empty (instead of one and a half).
  •     When you drink water, you do not drink anything else. The weight loss can also be caused by not drinking alcohol during evening meals or by skipping orange juice at breakfast.
  •     The drinking of two glasses of water may work especially in middle and older people, as their stomach takes longer to process the fluid in the stomach. People under the age of 40 may notice little of drinking water for every meal.

Anyway, whether it works for everyone or not, water is cheap and always present, so it's always worth trying. These are the consequences of drinking too little water. The results from the study show in any case more impressive results than most diet pills, so I definitely give the benefit of the doubt.

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