“Small changes or habits that people introduce into their routines that unintentionally carry over into other aspects of their lives”
In other words, drinking more water is something very easy to do that can have a profound impact on the rest of your day, as illustrated below:
The bottom line: drink more water
Even if it remains unclear exactly how drinking more water can lead to weight loss, the fact remains:
Increasing your water intake is one of the quickest and easiest wins for both your health and weight loss.
How much water you should drink depends on a range of factors like age, weight, health status, and activity level but, as a general rule, you should simply drink water when you feel thirsty. If you would like something more ‘concrete’ to aim for, 2 litres of water per day is a good place to start.
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