Can drinking plain water help you lose weight?
A study done in 2008 followed close to 200 premenopausal women between ages 25 to 50. When the researchers adjusted for diet, exercise, and other variables, water intake was still a significant determinant of weight. It turns out that overweight women on diets lose more weight if they drink a liter of water per day.
The question is, do you need to drink eight cups a day? Do you only lose weight if you consume a certain number of ounces of water each day?
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Actually, I don’t think the amount of water is so much the issue. I think the key factor is to drink regularly throughout the day. When you drink regularly, your body will craving more and will keep your consumption high.
The body is no different than a garden. You’ve got to water it. The body is about 77% water, so keeping our water content up is very important.
I drink all year round although less in winter compared to summer.
Water helps generate a feeling of satiety. If you combine ample water with eating smaller servings and increasing your physical activity, weight loss becomes less difficult.
Science has shown us that water can indeed contribute to weight loss success.