Since our body is made up of 70% water, it is undeniable that water is indispensable to life. We need to renew our water every day because we lose about 2.5 liters a day through sweat, urine, stool and saliva. It is thanks to water that our body can use the energy present in food.
When we follow a diet, water allows us to ensure a good hydration but also a good elimination of waste and toxins that are released in our body by burning fat. Several factors such as: physical activity, ambient temperature and the nature of our diet affect our water needs, but health professionals agree that we do not drink enough. The ideal would be to consume 1.5 to 2 liters of water per day.
Thirst is one of the first sign of dehydration. Keep a glass or a bottle of water next to you and be careful not to drink too much coffee or tea because they cause a slight dehydration. By replacing your coffee with a glass of water, your skin will feel much better. If you do not like the taste of water, flavor it with a lemon or orange peel or add herbs.
All foods, except sugar and oil, contain water. When we go on a diet and eat fewer foods, it is important to increase our water supply to offset this deficit. In addition, drinking water before a meal will temporarily calm your hunger and leave you feeling full.
Our body needs this vital resource which is water to make all our systems function properly (heart, lung, kidneys, liver, intestines, etc.); At Healthy Weight Clinic, we strongly recommend our customer to hydrate well to lose weight.
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