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Weight Loss Drinks To Make at Home

Updated on October 8, 2011

We will not discuss commercial drinks that come in many different forms. Not the energy drinks, fat burning drinks, meal replacement shakes, protein drinks, and your traditional weight loss drinks such as SlimFast, and also not the liquid diet program or meal replacement diet plan like, SlimFast, MediFast and NutriSystem. They may be helpful in achieving essential calorie reduction for severely obese patients, but they are not a long term solution to overweight.

We will discuss drinks that you make at home using water, as the best diet drink. The body is a sea that is holding (islets) of cells, tissues and organs, and this sea is in need for renewal. New research suggests drinking plenty of water may have a positive effect on your metabolism.


To recognize the importance of this amazing liquid to your body, you need to be aware of some basic facts concerning it, and these are expressed in these values:

- A man of average weight (70 kilograms) has 57% of his body weight (about 40 liters)

- It is about 75% of body weight in the new born infant before his body is more dense with minerals and muscles

- Obesity decreases the percentage of water in the body, sometimes to as low as 45 percent

- All Oxygen that is consumed to produce energy is converted into water (an average man inhales about 550-600 liters of Oxygen per day)

- Water may boost metabolism

- Water helps ease digestion

- Water is very important for the skin health

- Water is very important for washing the kidney

Body Water


There is a plenty of water yet there is also a plenty of calories, If you are to prefer soda you should consider their calorie content and make sure your calorie intake does not exceed calorie output. The most important benefit of soda is its content of water.

Fruit Juice

If you make your juice at home you may control their calorie content, their content of vitamins and antioxidants are great for your health and weight loss. If you are to use juice can just add a tiny bit to a glass of water.

Vegetable Juice

It is a gift for dieters. In addition to its low calorie content, it contains vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber that helps control hunger and consume calories along their way of excretion, since they absorb many times their weight of water.


Skim milk and fresh fruit are all you need. Making them at home let you choose your favorite taste, control calorie content, and get the best vitamins, minerals and antioxidants you need to lose weight. They may help you increase your intake of water.

Low Fat Milk

Depriving the body of calcium, has been show to trigger an increase in the production of fat cells, regardless of its ability to burn fat. Get Calcium by drinking skim or low fat milk. The main constituent of milk is water.


Black Coffee

Black coffee will supply you plenty of antioxidants that can help reduce your weight. You can increase your intake of water with your daily dose of caffeine, when you need to improve your mood 3-4 times daily.

Green Tea

Some research suggests green tea extract may stimulate weight loss through the action of phytochemicals, they cause the body to burn more calories and melt fat for a few hours. When you take tea 2-3 times a day, you will get some caffeine, some weight loss and some water.


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