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Are you drinking enough water?
When you don't drink enough water your body clings to the available water in your system.
H20 is a vital part of overall health. Water increases your metabolism so much that if you’re chronically dehydrated, it can mean up to an 8-pound weight gain or more per year. It is so often we mistake hunger for dehydration. In order for proper diet and exercise to be truly effective, you’ll need to maintain a proper hydration level so that the body fat released into the bloodstream can be broken up into proteins.
So how much water should you drink daily? I recommend half your body weight in ounces of water daily, (200LBS= 100 OZ.)
Water is used in almost every bodily function. It is responsible for absorbing and transporting all but four vitamins, storing carbohydrate in your liver and muscle tissue, aiding digestion, transporting and removing waste products in the blood, keeping your immune system functioning properly, and so much more.
You should look at proper hydration (especially combined with working out) as the world’s most effective, least expensive, and virtually side effect free weight loss supplement.
So drink up buttercup! Your progress depends on it. Drink 10 gulps every time you pick up you water bottle today.
Get more water in with this water bottle that breaks up your water intake by time!
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