Most people think that drinking 1.5 to 2 liters of water is sufficient. Others claim that you have to throw at least 3 liters backwards. Also, you would lose weight of water. What's up now?
Is it bad to drink water while eating. Recently, there was an article in which photos were published of someone who received a spectacular skin from drinking three liters of water a day. Less wrinkles, less walls ... and all because they drank water! In addition, drinking a lot of water would be good for your kidneys, all your toxins would be disposed of and you could lose weight too much water. Not wrong, right? Get that water! Eh, please, because even a lot of actions to encourage people to drink water are sponsored. Danone sponsored a research that doctors recommend drinking water to recommend to patients. Danone also sells ... water. Among other things, Nestle water is from Danone. Whether such research is independent is the question. In addition, most of these studies focus on the effects of drinking too little water and - honestly is fair - in the west we do not drink soon enough.
Drink plenty of clean water. According to the Nutrition Center, you have enough of 1.5 to 2 liters of water a day and you can take care of your body properly. Earlier mentioned healthy effects (such as waste disposal) would therefore be relatively quick. But where does the standard come from 1.5 to 2 liters and is it right for everyone? 'Tea' is never good. Too much water is not good for you. You can even die. However, it differs per person when you drink too much. In addition, you still have what you have eaten that day. The most important thing to know is that you have to look at yourself. Or, even more specific: to your puddle. Urine is a good indicator of your water intake. Urine should be transparent, and colorless. The darker your urine, the greater your moisture shortage. By the way, if you have too many vitamins swallowed, you peel it out and see that color (sometimes even neonally) back in your urine. In most other cases, you can use the color of your urine as a guide to drinking water. Too dark? Drink some. Light or transparent? Very busy. So you do not have to stare blind on a few liters or glasses. In an ideal situation, you drink if you have thirst and eat if you are hungry. Do you forget to eat or drink? Then take care of portions and put a glass or bottle of water for your nose. If you really want to find out what amount of water you drink, you can feel 2.5 liters a day, one day 1.5 liters and one day 2 liters. You can also expand this to a week 1.5, then a week 2, and then a week 2.5 liters. Divide the amount of water well throughout the day, so your body can also process it.
Lose weight by drinking water. Then also important (for some): Helps drink water while losing weight? Yes and no. Water is not a miracle that causes you to lose weight. Well, it's a tool, and so it should be used too. For example, if you have a nice trek, you can drink a glass of water or some tea. Wait a quarter to twenty minutes. Still pulling? Feel free to eat! No more trek? Great chance of being hungry with thirst. Your brain does not know the difference.
Dehydrating is a real danger in sports, so is claimed. I found an interesting article by Bernard te Broekhorts, a sports doctor and researcher who runs fanatics and wrote an article about how drinking too much water is a danger rather than drying out. Drink plenty of water, give the body what it needs. Previously I wrote an article about food and drink while playing sports. Here too, take note of your own body! If you learn what your body may and cannot do, you can respond well. How much water do you drink on a day? And what do you notice if you drink too much or too little water?
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