Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Water Weight Loss

Can you explain why so many diets cause water weight loss rather than true weight loss? You need to understand the concept of water weight loss, as opposed to fat weight loss if you want to lose some pounds. Obviously, the safer way of losing weight is to focus on fat weight loss rather than water weight loss. This is steady, long term fat loss and doesn't count any water weight loss you may experience on top of this during the first week or two (which is very common, but remember, the initial water weight loss is not the same as body fat loss). You can find a lot of pills on the market now days that encourage water weight loss.

Weight gain from overeating can cause unflattering changes to the figure, but it can be fought with a water remedy. Weight loss will not happen or remain consistent unless you drink water on a daily basis. Because your body consists mostly of water (50-70% of body weight), fitness magazines, newspapers and diet gurus all recommend we drink at least eight 8-ounce glasses. Drinking water helps a great deal in enabling you to lose weight. And if you drink hot lemon water in the morning, then it will three times fasten your process of losing weight, thereby enabling you to burn large number of calories.

Water helps to lose weight by boosting your metabolism rate, thus paving way for quick weight loss. If you've incorporated physical workout in your weight loss program, then it is recommended to drink more water, so as to make up for the loss of water that takes place through sweating while performing your exercises. A healthy weight loss strategy combines regular exercise with a well-balanced diet to run a daily calorie deficit of 500 calories. For weight loss the trick is to reduce losing water weight as much as possible so the body is forced to burn more body fat stores. Any weight loss exercise programs or diet should be started slowly and we advise you to always consult your doctor or physician beforehand.

Dieting often causes depression, anxiety, irritability, weakness and preoccupation with food. When it comes to dieting, there is a lot of bad advice out there. The most common objective of dieting is loss of excess body fat. Don’t believe claims about losing weight while you sleep or watch TV, or plans that claim to cause weight loss without dieting or exercise. Moderation is the key to dieting success especially any long-term success.

Water weight loss helps you get rid of bloated look and gives definition. Water weight loss confuses people who are actually losing fat. It simply concerns losing the water in our bodies. But whatever you do, don't resort to drastic water weight loss instead of burning away fat because you'll only be hurting yourself in the long run.

Until Next Time, Good Health and Well-Being!

Dave Kettner
Anti Aging Herbal Remedies


At 5:06 PM, Blogger Rod Collins said...

Great site , everyone thinks that losing weight should happen overnight
but i dont believe in dieting only doing things in moderation , if i do that and watch what i eat weight comes off gradually just as it was put on.

Theres another site i stumbled upon that had some great tips on weight loss and staying healthy.


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