Can Water Help You Lose Weight?

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If you are trying to lose weight and already avoid fried and sugary meals, exercise, and other healthy behaviors, drinking adequate water may be the missing link.

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Find out why drinking more water may help you lose weight and how much you should drink daily to support your weight management objectives.

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Sipping "high-quality H2O"  may help you lose weight, especially if you combine it with other weight loss-supporting habits like exercising and eating a balanced, calorie-appropriate diet.

Water for Weight Loss?

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Water is calorie-free, carb-free, sugar-free, and salt-free. Drinking it won't count against your daily nutritional intake, which is fantastic for weight reduction.

Water for Weight Loss?

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Drinking water may boost your metabolism, burning more calories at rest. One Nutrition&Diabetes research found that consuming 16 ounces of water increases resting energy expenditure, indicating the body burns more calories.

Water for Weight Loss?

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Water may assist break down fat and burn more calories during rest. A Frontiers in Nutrition research found that fat breakdown requires adequate liquids.

Water for Weight Loss?

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The Institute of Medicine recommends that healthy adult males drink 15.5 cups (3.7 liters) of fluid per day and women drink 11.5 cups (2.7 liters).

Water for Weight Loss: How Much?

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Water, other drinks, and hydrating meals like watermelon and cucumbers (which are mainly water) make up this fluid volume.

Water for Weight Loss: How Much?

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Be realistic about the effects of drinking more water. If you drink from your stylish Stanley cup but don't eat well, exercise, or get enough sleep, you won't lose weight.

Water for Weight Loss: How Much?

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Be realistic about the effects of drinking more water. If you drink from your stylish Stanley cup but don't eat well, exercise, or get enough sleep, you won't lose weight.

Water for Weight Loss: How Much?

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