Biggi Does Detox - Day 9 - Nourish Play Love

Biggi Does Detox – Day 9

Can water be the simple answer to your weight loss problems? Water can help you lose weight in several ways, while helping to flush toxins and giving you more energy.

75% of the American population is chronically dehydrated! Are you one of them? You may have been exhibiting all kinds of symptoms, that you don’t even realize are related to your chronic state of dehydration. Let’s change this now!


Water for Energy

Did you know that when you are dehydrated, the blood volume in your body is actually reduced? This lower blood volume zaps you of energy and makes it hard for you to stay active, which can result in weight gain. Yikes!

Water for Detoxification

Water is a great way to flush toxins from your body that naturally accumulate from normal functions like breathing and digestion. These toxins are stored in fat cells, so ridding your body of them can lead to weight loss.

Water for Weight Loss

Most people confuse hunger with thirst. Water can help with weight loss when you replace other calorie-rich drinks with it. But not only that, there have been studies that have shown that people that drink water before eating eat less.

And, if you find yourself getting up in the middle of the night to head to the fridge for a snack, drink a glass of water instead. This has been shown 100% effective to end those midnight hunger pangs.

It has also been found that even mild dehydration will decrease you metabolism. Drink more water to make your organs work more efficiently, thereby increasing your metabolism and helping you to lose weight.

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How Much Water Do You Need?

A simple way to calculate your water need is based on your body weight in pounds. Simply divide your total weight in half and drink that number in ounces each day.

So, if, for example, you weigh 140 pounds, then you should be drinking 70 ounces of water per day. You may require additional water, if you live in a hot climate, are physically active, or are pregnant or breastfeeding.

What's your primary beverage right now? Do you drink water? Do you like the taste of it? Please, share your thoughts in the comments below!

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