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Why is water so important? | VLCD
Reasons why drinking water is so important:
[box size=”large” style=”rounded”]1.) Water is a great appetite suppressor, and drinking water will make you feel fuller.
2.) Drinking water will stop you from feeling hungry almost over night.
3.) Drinking water will help your body to burn your stored body fat.
4.) If you do not drink enough water you can suffer from headaches.
5.) You should not gulp down water in one go, you should sip it throughout the day.
6.) Lack of water can cause mood swings
7.) A decrease in water intake will cause fat deposits to increase
8.) An increase in water intake can actually reduce fat deposits.
9.) Drinking water means you liver can do its job properly and help your body burn fat.
10.) Drinking water keeps your kidneys healthy and functioning to full capacity.
11.) Drinking more water is the best treatment for fluid retention. The more water your drink the less fluid your body will hold on to.
12.) Water prevents skin from sagging as water plumps the skin and leaves it clear, healthy and resilient, water can also help with muscle tone.
13.) Water helps the body get rid of waste.During weight loss, the body has a lot more waste to get rid of – all that metabolized fat must be shed. Again, adequate water helps flush out the waste.
14.) Water can help relieve constipation.When the body gets too little water, it siphons what it needs from internal sources. The colon is one of these primary sources. Result – constipation. But, when an individual drinks enough water, normal bowel function usually returns.
15.) The amount you drink should also be increased if you exercise briskly
16.) If the weather is hot you may also need to drink more water.
17.) It is preferable to drink cold water, which is absorbed into the system more quickly than warm water. Some evidence suggests that drinking cold water can actually help burn more calories
18.) Endocrine-gland function improves which creates hormones that keeps your body metabolism healthy.
19.) Lack of water can make you feel fatigued and lethargic
20.) Dehydration can lead to sugar cravings[/box]
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