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why drinking water is highly recommended when you do diet

Limiting the food consumed by regulating portions, avoiding fatty foods and exercising routine, is a diet pattern that has long been practiced by many people. Among the various activities, there is one thing that should not be released and it is important to establish a healthy diet, which is routine and drink plenty of water.

Water is believed to be a way to lose weight faster. This is arguably true and there is a mistake. If the body is enough water, then drinking more water does not necessarily make the body weight will be shrinking faster. However, during the day the body has less water consumption, drinking lots of water will help the shrinkage of body weight.

Water is an important source of life. Its consumption for the body directly useful to help every process of working cells in the body. When the body is dehydrated, the cells in the body do not work effectively, including disturbed metabolic processes. Metabolism is a series of chemical reactions in the body that will more smoothly work when the body drink enough water.

In addition to helping the process of metabolism, water can also help the body overcome thirst that disguises itself to be hungry. The true hunger is a thirst reaction, this is what causes excessive consumption of food when the body does not actually need it. Therefore, when hunger strikes, try to drink a glass of water first before rushing to snack or food that is not healthy.

Before eating heavy meals, you should also drink a glass of water to help you quickly feel full and eat less. You can also better control your portion of the meal.

Water is also beneficial to help digestion of food in more leverage. Water helps the kidneys to function better, so it can work to filter out everything that needs to be filtered from within the body. As a result, the body becomes more effective and regularly remove substances waste. There will be no constipation or constipation in those who regularly drink water.

In addition to helping to decrease body weight, another function of water for the kidneys is to prevent the formation of kidney stones due to chronic dehydration experienced by the body. When the body does not get enough water, calcium and various other minerals will accumulate in the urine making it more difficult for the body to filter it out. The kidneys can form crystals and lead to painful urine stones in those who are overweight and lacking water intake.

Your body needs to get enough water intake every day to facilitate the work of metabolism in the body and the work of the digestive system. 8 glasses of water a day is the minimum limit of adequate water intake per day. However, the water intake still depends on body size and weight, as well as the intensity of activity experienced by the body and the location where you are domiciled.

To know the exact amount of water to drink each day, try dividing the body weight into pounds (kg) and adjusting the amount of water you drink by multiplying one pound (kg) of your weight by half or an ounce of water to get how much water you should consume. If your body weight is 150 pounds (68 kilograms), then you need to consume water as much as 75 to 150 ounces per day. The amount also increases when you live in hot climates.

Check also whether your body is enough water to see the color of urine that you remove. If urine is clear colored and odorless, then you have enough water intake. Conversely, if urine color is more dense, yellow and smelly, then your body is dehydrated.
To make sure you keep drinking water even when you are not on a diet, try to bring a drinking bottle near you at all times and place a glass of water near the reach of your hands while you're at work or by the bed. Replace soft drinks or coffee with a glass of water and drink a little water throughout the day, do not drink six glasses of water at once because the effect is also not good for the body

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