How to Drink Water to Lose Weight: 4 Scientific Reasons it Works

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    Today we’re going to be talking about how to drink water to lose weight, the scientific benefits of drinking more water, and how much you should be drinking.

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    Your body is made up of 65% h20 molecules (or water)…

    The human body on average can survive 3 weeks without food but only 3 days without water.

    Here’s exactly why drinking water helps us lose weight.

    #1. It Increases Resting Calorie Expenditure

    In a study of overweight women, increasing one’s daily water intake over a 12 month period helped them lose an average of 4.4 pounds.

    This was impressive because these women made no other alterations to their lives other than an increasing their water.

    In fact, people’s resting energy expenditure has been shown to increase by 24–30% within 10 minutes of drinking water.

    So drinking water naturally increases resting calorie burn.

    #2. People naturally eat less when they drink water.

    In one study, 2 groups of dieters were separated. One group drinking water before meals and one not drinking water before meals.

    The one’s who drank water before they ate lost 44% more weight than the group who did not.

    Another study also showed that drinking water before breakfast reduced the amount of calories consumed during the meal by 13%.

    #3. Water Replaces Calorie Filled Drinks

    Since water is free of calories, it is generally linked with reduced calorie intake.

    Studies have shown that people who drink mostly water in their day consume 200 less calories per day than those who do not.

    #4. Water is Muscle Fuel

    Your muscles are about 80% water and not surprisingly, optimal hydration is key for lean muscle growth.

    Seeing as the more lean muscle you have on your body, the higher your resting metabolism will be, this is another way water helps you lose weight.

    There are also other health benefits of proper water intake.

    Mental Alertness – One of the most common symptoms of dehydration is mental exhaustion. Proper hydration has been shown to improve brain performance.

    Improved Digestion – High water intake ensures the, uh, bowels move smoothly.

    Pain Prevention – Cartilage, the rubbery material coating our bones, is 85% water, and staying properly hydrated makes sure our joints move smoothly.

    So getting in the right amount of water is key for being healthy as well as losing weight.

    The best times to drink water for weight loss

    #1. Right when you wake up – A warm glass of lemon water in the morning helps to build a healthy habit and boost the metabolism.

    #2. 30 minutes before meals.

    This will help you naturally eat less calories and consume the proper amount of food.

    #3. When you are getting hungry.

    Our brain often confuses being hungry for being thirsty. So next time those midday cravings hit, try a glass of water before eating a snack. You’ll be surprised how often you’re not actually hungry and the brain is simply bored.

    How much to drink per day?

    You’ve probably heard the saying of drink 8 cups of a water a day,
    However, this number is completely random. It’s a good place to start, but water requirements depend entirely on the individual.

    A quick check to see how hydrated you are is to look at your urine as it should be mostly clear with a tinge or yellow and no real smell.

    A strong yellow color indicates you’re not hydrated enough and need more.
    Also be aware that drinking liquids like tea does count to your daily total.

    Let’s finish with a few strategies to get in more water!

    Buy a big BPA Free Water Bottle – This is the easier way to keep track, and I will link a good brand in the description.

    Rubber Bands – Wrap a rubber band around your bottle every time you drink a cup of water to keep track

    Add some fruit – Water can get boring for some people, and adding cucumber or other fruits helps to add some flavor to your water.

    Finally, if you’re still forgetting, set a reminder on your smart phone. You can do this yourself or use an app to keep track of your daily intake.


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    38 Replies to “How to Drink Water to Lose Weight: 4 Scientific Reasons it Works”

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      This video topic may seem a little basic, but after quite a few requests and some thought it needed to be done. Drinking water is one of the most basic fundamentals of being healthy that many people seem to be confused by.

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    4. What to do when you don’t like drinking water? Personnaly I don’t like the taste, unless I’m really thirsty.

      1. Nayu I used to also not be a fan of water unless I was dying of thirst. One: stop drinking things like sodas or sport drinks that help make water seem gross. water isn’t too bad when you are only drinking water, thus not compared to sweetness. 2. buy yourself a water bottle that has a big straw mouthpiece. I own a few, but my favorites are my camelbaks. I can barely taste the water when I drink, and I feel having my bottles next to me makes it a convenient drink. I don’t mind water much anymore, but still won’t get a glass of water.

      2. Nayu As he suggested, try adding some fruit to your water, and remember healthy teas like green tea counts

    5. Dude. My urine is mostly clear with a tinge of yellow and no real smell. I was actually worried, cause all my life it has been a darker kind of yellow with a distinct smell and I always thought that’s normal. I was really surprised just now.

    6. Is green tea REALLY good for you? If so, how? I’m interested because I think I heard it was good for your skin somewhere, so I have started to drink it. But, I also know it has multiple health benefits.

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