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Losing weight with drinking water

More drinking water can help with weight loss.

Stop drinking soda - Stop sugar. Last week, during a personal coaching session, a client asked me how much water she could drink now. She drank 3 litres of water per day herself. She wondered if this was an unhealthy amount. My advice is to drink at least one and a half to two litres of water a day, health authorities also advise this. If it is warmer you drink more, if you sport and therefore more sweat you also drink more and that is very good.

Before the food, glass gives you more saturation ...

Before eating a glass gives you more saturation, so if you have 6 eating moments a day, you already have 6 glasses and that is almost a litre. If you drink 1x half a litre of lukewarm water in the morning with the juice of half a lemon, you're all right! However, in 1x one litre of water drink in succession, I do not advise. However, in 1x one litre of water drink in succession, I do not advise. Did you know that too much water can cause acute death in 1x? The balance of sodium in the blood and water is then completely out of balance and the body brings the water to the brain. They then swell and if there is no help someone can die. So start the day with about half a litre and 6 glasses distributed throughout the day. Water is one of the most important elements for us and fulfils a large number of functions. On the one hand, water ensures that mineral and trace elements reach every cell of the body and on the other hand, water has an inner cleansing function. To remove toxic (waste) substances our body needs water: the best biological solvent. Water promotes the blood circulation of all organs, it also stimulates the metabolism and strengthens the body's immune system. The only drink that is healthy and that has no negative consequences for our weight, brain and health is Water! In addition to the other drinks you drink, it is wise to drink at least 1 ½ litres of water. Is water melon healthy?

20-25% of the average Australian's calorie intake consists of drinks, high-calorie drinks. Unfortunately, this does not do anything for our body and you can scale under the so-called empty calories, we do not extract energy and important nutrients. Go and see for yourself what you drink all in one day and replace it with water. If you drink one and a half litres of water a day, there is automatically less room left to choose other 'wrong' drinks.

I often get the question of whether green tea is good? Green tea is, of course, just like Superfoods very popular among people but take it in moderation.

Which drinks do we have the more that you think they can best serve instead of water?

  •     Green tea
  •     Coffee
  •     Black tea
  •     Unsweetened dairy drink
  •     Fruit juices
  •     Red wine

The above-mentioned drinks include, for example, tannic acid, caffeine, sugars without fibre and alcohol. Tannic acid extracts many minerals from your body and gives acidification, caffeine gives an increased production of stress hormones and acidification. Fruit juices (fresh) give a lot of healthy substances but raise the blood sugar level because of the fibres that are no longer there. Red wine contains alcohol and works acidifying. What drinking water really does for your skin.

In short, it is fine ...

In short, it is fine to take some of the above-mentioned drinks but limited and do not count it with the one and a half litres of water you need per day. Drinking lukewarm water is good for your digestion. Better than cold water because your body has to put a lot of energy into heating this water. If you have digestive complaints or little energy, it is better to drink lukewarm water. Water is perhaps our best and cheapest medicine, but it is not the first thing that people think about. Many complaints can be solved by increasing the daily intake of water even if you are not thirsty. Challenge yourself. Preferably put glass jugs or bottles with boiled or hot water ready in the morning because then you will eventually drink it lukewarm. Drinking water lowers blood pressure. To remind yourself that you are going to drink a glass of water, there are several free apps to download for example Drinking Water - is a simple app that keeps track of how much you drink and send your reminder. You can see how much you have drunk per day and per month.

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The right drink, Filtered water from your benchtop or floor standing water dispenser Lawnton with filter bottle

Pure water is the most natural drink that you can put into your body. In Australia, we are lucky enough to get high-quality drinking water straight from the tap. "Tap water is one of the most strictly controlled foods in Australia and does not necessarily contain fewer minerals than purchased mineral water", says Peter. "They confirm this again and again in its studies". However, the mineral density of mineral water fluctuates depending on the region. This reveals which minerals and trace elements water contains Label on the bottle. "For athletes, for example, water that is particularly rich in magnesium is suitable, for people who suffer from osteoporosis, calcium-rich", explains the expert. "By the way, you can easily make your own sparkling mineral water yourself with a soda maker".

In addition to water, unsweetened herbal and fruit teas are also suitable to quench thirst. Just like juice spritzers. On the other hand, lemonades, cola, nectars or iced tea are unsuitable because they contain a lot of sugar. Just like fruit juices. They increase the risk of obesity and diabetes. "Soft drinks are luxury foods that are allowed every now and then as part of a balanced diet, "but only in small quantities, that is one glass a day." In addition, sugared drinks attack the teeth in the long run and thus increase the risk of tooth decay. The DGE also advises against light beverages, as they mostly contain artificial colours and flavours and train the sense of taste to be "sweet".

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