BeYourOwnPet answered Tuesday April 18 2006, 9:42 am: Yes! The big secret to weight loss is drinking alot of water. Drinking more than the medically suggested ammount is probably overdoing it, it's possible to "overdose" on water! Also, if you're trying to lose weight, ice cold water will speed your metabolism faster than regular water. [ BeYourOwnPet's advice column | Ask BeYourOwnPet A Question ]
loves2shop86 answered Monday April 17 2006, 10:23 pm: by drinking water, you keep your metabolism going and going... and water has no fat or calories (obviously), so your metabolism is doing work while you are not gaining any calories! you can't just lose weight by drinking more than 64 oz of water, but you will lose weight if you subsitute it for soda and such! also, they say that a lot of times we mistake our hunger for thurst... so you might think you are hungry, but really you are just thursty! so when that happens, try drinking water! if you still feel hungry after that, then go eat! hope that helps! :) [ loves2shop86's advice column | Ask loves2shop86 A Question ]
Saynotogymclass answered Monday April 17 2006, 9:37 pm: Your body is basically made up of water. To replensish your supply you should ALWAYS drink as much water as possible to have healthy skin and eyes. Water is an excellent way to diet because you aren't harming yur body in any way such as Atkins diet will by depriving you of much needed carbs. If you drink lots if water you will be full and not want to eat as much. Good luck!
duudee_advicer answered Monday April 17 2006, 8:11 pm: Water can greatly help you lose weight.
Especially if you replace any soda with water.
If you drop soda; you can loose up to 7lbs a week ( depending on how much you normally drink )
Water flushes out all of the bad stuff in your body. Plus it wont fill you up with fat and all that gross stuff.
Plus drinking it wont make you get " high " then drop, so you'll have way more engergy to work out and stay fit.
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