Start hydrating early in the day, and avoid drinking the majority of your water before bed. Otherwise, youâ€™ll find yourself up in the bathroom all night!
By Grace Cherian
Are you experiencing difficulty controlling your weight? Do you struggle with diets? There’s good news for you! A brand new study reveals a magic elixir that will spontaneously change your food intake. We call it hydrogen dioxide: water.
In this new study, researchers from the University of Chicago observed the habits of over 18,300 adults. Through increasing their water intake by a small amount, participants experienced a notable decrease in their food intake, corresponding to about 250 fewer calories per day. The increased water consumption also lowered their intake of saturated fat, sodium, and cholesterol.
If you drink more water, youâ€™ll want less food.
Usually, patients are dehydrated. Their blood tests reveal both short-term and long-term dehydration. You may very well be dehydrated and not be aware of it. When we feel thirsty, we are already pretty low on our fluids.
So, hereâ€™s what you need to do: Increase your daily water intake by several cups. Target four quarts per day. This is equivalent to a total of sixteen cups of water. Do this for two weeks.
Hereâ€™s what youâ€™ll find: When youâ€™re better hydrated, youâ€™ll feel thirstier more easily, so youâ€™ll want more water. Youâ€™ll soon be in the swing of hydrating properly, and itâ€™ll become a natural way of life.
Tip: Start hydrating early in the day, and avoid drinking the majority of your water before bed. Otherwise, youâ€™ll find yourself up in the bathroom all night!
Which purified water is best?
There are plenty of purified waters on the market, but the best is reverse osmosis. Reverse osmosis is a technology that is used to remove a large majority of contaminants from water by pushing the water under pressure through a semi-permeable membrane. Having a reverse osmosis system in your home makes the water readily and easily available.
Distilled water is fine. Some spring waters can be fine too, but there arenâ€™t a lot of purity regulations.
Science proves that by simply increasing your daily water intake, youâ€™ll consume less calories and improve your health in multiple ways. So, drink up!