Water Cooler Kempsey

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Lose weight and drinking water from your water cooler Kempsey, Why?

Can you lose weight by drinking water. All functions of our body consume water. Every body cell needs water to function. Drinking water, ensures that organs can continue to function, and that body functions can be performed quickly and efficiently. Drinking enough water therefore provides more energy and increases our metabolism by about 3 percent. If you want to lose weight, drinking plenty of water is very important, because research has shown that thirst and a feeling of hunger go together in most cases. If you are slightly dehydrated, it is easy to confuse the feeling of feeling thirsty with a hunger. You will then eat instead of drinking water, while you are actually thirsty, and not hungry. In itself that is not bad because in almost all solid foods also water, but you will get extra calories ... And that is not necessarily advisable if you want to lose weight. Drinking enough water from your Water Cooler Kempsey therefore helps you lose weight, because then you start to eat less quickly. Below you can read all about the connection between losing weight and drinking water from your water cooler Kempsey.

How much water per day drink?

Drink plenty of water! Give the body what it needs; Water. How much water you have to drink per day depends on your body weight. On average, a person must drink 1.8 liters of water per day. If you are on a diet, it is not bad to drink more water than this guideline. If you want to know exactly how much water you should drink per day on the basis of your weight, you must drink 0.03 liters of water per kilogram of body weight. For someone who weighs 70 kilos, that is 70 x 0.03 = 2.1 liters of water per day. If you move a lot, you can safely drink more than this directive, because you quickly sweat half a liter during exercise. Drinking plenty of water before, during and after exercise also gives you more energy, and it helps to shorten the recovery period. Many people do not like water. Great tasting water from your Water Cooler Kempsey. By eating fruit with a high moisture content (such as oranges and apples) you can still get a lot of water without drinking it. Fruit also helps to fill your stomach with relatively few calories. Moisture and drinking water.

Slimming thanks to water with every meal

You can lose weight in a simple way and lose weight during a diet (and if you are not on a diet, of course as well) by drinking two normal glasses of water from your Water Cooler Kempsey for every large meal. Losing and slimming is about 2.5 kilos per 12 weeks faster than if you would not take drinking water. This is because you are full earlier, and because of that, you eat a little less with every meal. A very good habit if you want to lose a few pounds! Here are some additional articles about drinking water from your water cooler Kempsey.

How much (water) do I have to drink from my water cooler Kempsey per day?

After rain comes sunshine! And we have noticed that in the summer temperatures of recent days. The body consists of approximately 60% moisture. That is why it is important to supplement the fluid balance every day. The general advice is to drink 1.5 liters per day. Other sources indicate that 8 glasses of water is the minimum. What is true of this? How much should we drink? And is much drinking really necessary?

What is the moisture balance and why is this so important?

Our body consists of approximately 60% moisture. Sufficient fluid is important for proper functioning of the body's processes. This includes the transport of waste, hormones, vitamins and minerals.

Moisture also ensures heat regulation in the body.

These are the consequences of drinking too little water. All body fluid is called the internal fluid balance. The moisture balance depends on various factors such as the amount of moisture you get from food and drinks. In addition, hormone management, saliva production, sweat glands and, for example, urine production, have an effect on the internal fluid balance. In short, the moisture balance is accurately balanced on the inside. When more water enters than leaves the body, a positive fluid balance is created. If you lose more water than you receive, a negative moisture balance will occur.

The body also loses moisture during sports and exercise. To a certain extent, the body can handle this well itself, until the shortage of fluid and carbohydrates (glycogen in the muscles) becomes too great. At that moment, the sport performance can deteriorate. That is why it is important to replenish the moisture supply at certain times. How much this differs per sport, the type of effort and the duration of the effort.

If a fluid deficiency of more than 2% of body weight occurs, this can lead to performance loss, headache, decreased concentration, decreased appetite and overheating. On the other hand, too much moisture is harmful to the body, resulting in water poisoning. Good regulation of the moisture balance is therefore important.

Read also: Are fruit juices healthy

How much moisture do you need?

Exactly how much fluid the human body needs is not yet clear and can vary per person. The European Food and Safety Authority (EFSA) recommends a fluid intake of 2.5 liters from your water cooler Kempsey per day for adult men and a fluid intake of 2.0 liters per day for women.

We get the most moisture from drinking water, tea, coffee, milk and soft drinks. A small amount of moisture also comes in through food.

You can check for yourself whether you are getting enough fluid by assessing the color of the urine. As long as the urine is not dark yellow in color, the body receives enough fluid.

To determine if you need more fluid, you can also look at the amount of exercise (both moderately intensive and intensive) and the temperature. During a heat wave, or at high summer temperatures, it is important to take more moisture.What can you keep? How many liter of water should you drink.

Put these tips into practice to maintain your fluid balance:

  • Drink plenty of water from your water cooler Kempsey. The general advice is to drink at least 1.5 liters per day.
  • Watch your salt intake. The minerals in the body must also be in balance. When too much salt is eaten, the body retains more moisture.
  • Watch your alcohol intake. In addition to all the negative effects of alcohol, this also has an effect on the moisture balance. Alcohol inhibits a certain hormone that causes the kidneys to work harder. This means you lose extra moisture. That is why you have to pee as often as you have a few beers on.
  • Check the color of the urine regularly. If the color does not turn dark yellow, you can assume that you will get enough moisture in one day.
  • Drink more water during intensive exercise. Replenish your stocks. Think of at least 2 liters of moisture.
  • Drink more water at summer temperatures. Think of at least 2 liters of moisture.
  • Do you feel tired, bland or dizzy? This can be a sign of a moisture deficiency. Make sure you make up for this shortage again. What happens in your body if you drink soda.

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