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Don't eat, maybe you're just thirsty!


Water can be a secret weapon in the hands of dieters who drink little, increasing the risk of obesity by 50 percent for those who provide enough fluids.

Don't eat, maybe you're just thirsty!

Dr. Tammy Chang, a researcher at the University of Michigan Medical School, author of a research report, found that people who are not properly hydrated have higher body mass indexes, even when other factors - age, gender, and financial status - are taken into account.Connie Diekman, a Washington University professor, added that a diet rich in fluids helps maintain a healthy body weight, whether you have tap water, or the amount of water found in fruits, greens. The results showed that the average body mass index of properly hydrated was 28, while that of inadequately hydrated 29. According to the researchers, the background may also include that people who are obese often eat when they are actually thirsty. it is true that one who drinks more feels more satisfied and does not want to eat as much.Chang noted that it is easy for anyone to control the amount of fluid they drink when they see what their urine is. If one is clear, as clear as water, is sufficiently hydrated, even if dark-colored, he should probably consume more liquid. An adult male, according to the American Institute of Medicine, is advised to consume 3.75 liters of water a day, (other organizations suggest different quantities). Liquids can be extracted from fruits and vegetables, and coffee or other caffeine-containing beverages can also be included. Of course, no one was advised to get their daily fluid intake out of thin air.
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