Water in...Fat Out

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Suzanne2

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Posted: 16 Apr 2009, 11:36
Drinking water in one of the most important elements of any weight loss. Drinking water helps you to elminate water. In the same way your body holds on to fat if you starve, the body will hold onto water if you are not drinking enough. And that means gaining weight. Water is the way your body eliminates waste in the process of metabolizing fat. Shoot for 100 ounces of water every day, pure water with no added sweeteners or sodium. See how much better you will feel!Wink
Suzanne

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miss_meg

Joined: Feb 09
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Posted: 16 Apr 2009, 13:16
I totally agree. The past two weeks show the scale creeping up... and I'm like omg I'm eating right and excersising... and I still am gaining weight! This sucks. So this week I decided to up my H2O and today when I got on the scale it says I've lost a pound in all the maddness.

Long story short Drink lots and lots of water! I'm going to shoot for my 100 oz a day! There is actually a website that tells you how many oz of water u should drink a day based on your body weight. I'll post the link when I find it again.
Girl on a mission! (I'm so ready for takeoff!)
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