Can drinking Water help you lose Weight?

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Can drinking Water help you lose Weight?

Can drinking Water help you lose Weight? Can drinking Water help you lose WeightThis is something that I have always wondered about.

I found this topic interesting as I was always amazed how great a role water plays in our lives. Water refreshes you better than any other drink.

It helps you keep yourself clean when you take a bath. Water also cleanses your body of toxins when you drink in right amounts. It dilutes the toxins in your body and washes them away.

Water makes you feel full and you end up eating less than usual, leading to weight loss.

Water contains no calories so you can drink as much as you can without worrying about weight gain.

A word of caution though – if you drink too much of water you may suffer from water intoxication and become sick.

It is believed that on average an adult can drink about 6-8 glasses of water a day to keep good health.

When you spread the consumption of water evenly throughout the day, it helps you feel well hydrated and digest your food well.

What are other benefits of drinking water?

Can drinking Water help you lose Weight or does it have any other health benefits?

There is also a typical habit among some Asian people who believe in water therapy.

This means they drink a belly full of water first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. They do not eat or drink anything for the next half hour to an hour.

They believe this makes them healthier and aids in weight loss.

This also helps in hydrating the vital parts in your body.

As you’d not drink any water during the night while asleep, all your body parts like liver, kidneys etc. could be very dehydrated by the time you wake up in the morning.

So the belly full of water will hydrate your full body and makes you feel fresh.

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