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The benefits of drinking water for weight loss through ridding the body of toxins and excess fat

Updated on June 9, 2014

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The benefits of drinking water

Water, that which sustains life, is truly taken for granted. People forget there is a reason why this substance keeps us alive. Not to mention the health benefits. Water is the undeniable thirst quencher. People complain that water has no taste, the taste is the feeling of being refreshed. It's plain and perfect with no room for error. Anyway, if you are someone who needs flavor and feels incapable of drinking water there are some absolute zero mixes that you can utilize. Mio is a perfect example. Yet, not being able to enjoy water really throws me off. There really is no reason why water should not be an enjoyable drink for everyone. Water has many health benefits and keeps your body refreshed and clean of toxins and excess fat. Other drinks like sodas and other soft drinks only dirty the body with chemicals, sugar, and fat. Water is necessary to purify it. Since that may not sound like incentive to drink water let me speak about the weight loss benefits. Two 8-ounce glasses of water before breakfast, lunch, and dinner can reduce your weight level and give your body the ability to remove waste. Excess fat can be cleansed from the body. Water can help the body digest the unnecessary toxins and reduce fat intake. Now water has the ability to reduce calorie intake and is largely successful in helping people lose weight. This is especially true for people who substitute it for other beverages. If you drink water all the time you are already in better shape then most. Most people are spoiled with soft drinks that harm the body. These people will lose the most weight if they switch to water. If you drink 8 to 12, 8 ounce glasses of water you are on track to shedding pounds of unnecessary weight. If you preform exercises and increase your water intake you'll see fast results within the week. Water can be your best friend if you let it and remember that water is not plain it is refreshing.

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Water isn't just your run of the mill necessary to survive type item we have here. Nope, this is a necessary beverage for everyone and anyone who is looking to improve their body. We aren't necessarily talking about physique here. I want to be clear that even though water is an amazing item for weight loss it offers so much more. Your skin is not getting what it needs just because you get in the shower or the tub. Your skin must also be rejuvenated from the inside. One of the few things that can actually greatly help your skin is water. Now what it can do is internally, it fixes areas that have been effect by toxins. You see water flushes these toxins away turning everything to waste. It seems to me that there are many creams that will help your skin repair itself but there is a much cheaper alternative right in your faucet. Getting back on to weight issues, it seems like people are very ready to take pills or other forms of weight loss. What I mean here is people will take laxatives and other unnecessary pills in order to lose weight and pass waste. What people don't seem to realize is most of what they are taking is water put in a pill. You are simply hydrating your body with too much water. It is far from healthy in that style though. It is important for people to understand the necessity of drinking water. The body has been formed to break down water and hydration is key to waste management. In order to fully gain the benefits of water you must resist the concept to just having one glass. One glass will not do the trick it just not have the ability to do so. The last thing someone wants to do is be stuck and forced to drink water. No one wants to feel like they need to monitor the amount of water they drink. However, think about the benefits, its worth it every time.

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      Joe 5 years ago from north miami FL

      That sounds like an excellent way to start the day.

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      Lela 5 years ago from Somewhere in the universe

      One tip I learned is to down a full glass of water when you first wake up. Just doing this and nothing else will make you lose some weight and feel more hydrated.

      I've made it a habit and when I wake up every morning, my body immediately wants that glass of water :-)

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      Joe 5 years ago from north miami FL

      Keep up the good work, waters the first step and a healthy diet mixed with a workout plan is next. Water is so essential to any diet and many people don't understand it.

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      Lela 5 years ago from Somewhere in the universe

      This really works. I have been trying it for a year now and have lost about 40 lbs. Still have a long way to go, but water is a super diet helper.

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