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Water Weight Loss

February 9, 2010

In order to lose weight, you have to eat less calories than you burn. Your body will burn calories more efficiently if you eat frequent, small meals. We have to make sure that within those calories we give our body the nutrients it needs. Drink a plenty of water, sugar free drinks will help you to fill you up so you don't eat as much.

But, one thing to remember, don't substitute water for food! If you don't eat, your body will go into starvation mode. If you get hungry in between meals, drink a glass of water and see if the hunger pains subside.

Our organs, like kidneys and liver need water to work properly and to flush the toxins out. By drinking plenty of water, you colon can flush out the waste that is built up.

Drink fluids before you get thirsty. Once you're thirsty your body has already started to get dehydrated. Drink water between meals as well as during. Make sure you drink lots of fluid before, during and after you exercise. As you get older you need to pay more attention to the amount of water you drink because your body can't tell as easily if it's dehydrated.

Excess fat is noticeable in the belly region most and when you start to lose weight it is the belly region where you notice the loss first. A healthy meal plan should consist of a reduction in calories and decrease of bad carbohydrates. Carbohydrates seem to settle in the abdomen area so when you reduce the carbs you generally see a reduction in your belly region.


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