How and Why the Method Works?
In comparison to other weight loss methods, drinking water seems simple to do. All you have to do is drink more water than you usually do. You need to be in a simple structure of how much water to consume and when to drink it. You will also have free access to the ingredients in your home.
Many of my friends ask me how does this method work? Its simple to answer. When you wake up in the morning, and drink your first cup of water, your brain will utilize more energy to absorb the water. When you drink water, it relieves your liver’s burden, which is a vital organ that helps burn fat. When you receive the right amount of water, your kidneys and liver will operate in optimal capacity.
When you are dehydrated, your kidneys become deprived of nutrients, which makes the liver pick up slack. It greatly decreases your livers function. It won’t be able to burn and metabolize fat as it would.
You will be going to the toilet a lot as you will have frequent urinations. When you give it time, your bladder will be acclimated to how much liquid you take in. Lastly, give this method ten days to ensure whether it works for you or not. If you see changes in the weight scale, and you feel good, there is no reason to stop using this weight loss method.
Before and After Breakfast, 16 Ounces
After drinking three glasses of water in the morning, drink 8-16 ounces in the next hour. Do this before eating a meal. If you consume coffee, drink a half-filled cup of water.
Before Lunch and Dinner, 8-16 Ounces
Before lunch and dinner, drink 1-2 glasses of water. Think of water as an appetizer. Make sure to drink water 20 minutes before your lunch and dinner.
Going to Bed, 10-20 Ounces
A few hours before bed, drink 10 or 20 ounces of water, or 1-3 glasses of water. I know some people aren’t too enthused about drinking water in the evening, because it could affect their bowel movement during their sleep.
Don’t worry! It will work out well.
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