More water = less fat?

Hey guys!

So I’ve been trying to read about some ways that can assist in losing extra weight, and one of them is drinking a lot of water.

Basically, I’ve read that it’s important to stay hydrated throughout the day (which is sort of a no-brainer, since doing that in general helps your overall health) but also that drinking a cold glass of water before every meal and attempting to replace a craving with a glass of water is supposed to help you feel more full and your body has to put in a little extra work to warm itself up again after the icey-cold water hits your stomach.

Have any of you tried this? Have you noticed whether or not it helped?


:flower: Drinking lots of water its not only for your diet , this also important nutrition for your healthy body…Your body needs water to regulate body temperature and to provide the means for nutrients to travel to all your organs.

I agree with this that drinking more water can loss fat. Thank you for sharing this information to us.

This always makes me smile when I read things like this. Part of the chemistry discovered a long time ago associated with turning fat to eventual sugars for energy use is the requirement of water molecules.
At some point I can only assume, it was decided by a body of people that water intake can actually help drive this process.
It is plausible I suspect that a person who is dehydrated in a normal state (not exercising) may have their body commit less to processes like this that utilise water. This I am not sure of but it would be interesting to find out.
The best way to lose fat is to use more energy in the course of a day than you make available through ingestion on average. Exercise will drive it more as you might imagine.
If through the act of eating you cause more energy to be made available in the body than you use in the course of a day then there is a good chance some of this will go to fat, simply storing the excess for a rainy day. Sadly, water intake will not help I suspect.

Without water, your body would stop working properly. Water makes up more than half of your body weight and a person can’t survive for more than a few days without it. Why? Your body has lots of important jobs and it needs water to do many of them. For instance, your blood, which contains a lot of water, carries oxygen to all the cells of your body. Without oxygen, those tiny cells would die and your body would stop working.
When you drink is also important. If you’re going to sports practice, a game, or just working out or playing hard, drink water before, during, and after playing. Don’t forget your water bottle. You can’t play your best when you’re thinking about how thirsty you are!!!

Hunger is sometimes misinterpreted as cravings for food. It could be a sign of dehydration. So instead of consuming food, experts recommend drinking water when a craving first hits. This will make sure you’re not confusing hunger for thirst and will also help you cut down on the amount of food you eat, helping you with your weight loss.

You should try to drink 2 liters of water a day. Water is important for renal function and helps your body rid itself of toxins, especially those that are the byproducts of fat breakdown. Drinking water also boosts metabolism allowing you to burn more calories than you would when not properly hydrated.

i am thanking you for share water benefits. its great

i dont think so…

Mm…water. The life elixir.:nerd:

Yes, drinking 2 liters is enough. If you are getting a lot of exercise or physically exerting yourself otherwise, you would probably want to drink more. You get water from the foods you eat as well

Ya it’s right more water = less fat just because i also drink 3 liter water per day and i have loss my fat…