Stay Hydrated! Drink Water To Lose Weight!

To stay hydrated is one of the greatest importance when you want to lose weight or also energized the body. So, a huge majority of chemical reactions in the body need the right hydration. Inadequate hydration slows down the metabolism, and that undermines the process of losing weight too.

Drink more water in order to prevent overeating.

The body feels confused if it is thirsty or also if it is hungry. Drinking more water prevents overeating too. So, we will give you a list of one of the many issues caused by dehydration:

Low blood pressure, dry mouth, weakness, fainting, dry skin, headache too and a lot of other.

HOW MUCH WATER SHOULD YOU DRINK?

How much water you should drink is depending on your weight too. So, follow this steps and they will help you to see how much water your body need:

  1. Take your weight
  2. Multiply it by 67% (2/3) to see how many ounces of water you should drink on a day. (If your weight is 133 lbs, you should drink 89 ounces of water per day).
  3. Exercise account – Add 12 ounces of water to your daily intake. For every half hour of physical activity

100 pounds – 68 ounces
110 pounds – 75 ounces
120 pounds – 81 ounces
130 pounds – 86 ounces
140 pounds – 95 ounces
150 pounds – 101 ounces
160 pounds – 108 ounces
170 pounds – 115 ounces
180 pounds – 121 ounces
190 pounds – 128 ounces
200 pounds – 135 ounces
210 pounds – 142 ounces
220 pounds – 149 ounces
230 pounds – 155 ounces
240 pounds – 162 ounces
250 pounds – 169 ounces

 

 

STAY HYDRATED.

1. Add it to your daily routine

Drinking a glass of water (6 ounces) when you wake up and also before going to sleep, puts you 32 ounces in achieving your goal.

2. Set small goals

It is advisable to use the bottle of water once because is better to draw markers and that way to set small goals. Also, those markers on the bottle will serve you as a motivation tool.

3. Jazz up your water

You can also add some berries, cucumber or lemon to the water, to make it taste better.

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