Water and weightloss

Posted by FSN R&D on

We're big believers in water. Johns Hopkins University, a renowned medical program, has research that shows natural ways that water can help you lose weight. Most Americans get a large portion of their caloric intake via liquids like soda, coffee, energy drinks, etc. As you know, most of these are high in calories, sugar, and artificial ingredients. 
  1. Appetite Suppression: Water may naturally suppress appetite, and staying hydrated can decrease feelings of hunger.

  2. Metabolism Stimulation: Drinking water may stimulate metabolism, leading to improved weight management.

  3. Calorie Intake Reduction: Choosing water over calorie-laden beverages can help reduce overall calorie intake.

  4. Exercise Support: Proper hydration is crucial during exercise, aiding in muscle function and preventing dehydration-related issues.

  5. Waste Removal: Water facilitates waste elimination, reducing the likelihood of constipation and bloating.

  6. Fat Burning: Increased water intake may enhance lipolysis, the process by which the body burns fat for energy.

  7. Motivation and Stress Reduction: Dehydration symptoms, like fatigue and stress, can impact motivation and healthy decision-making.

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