Is Water The New Weight Loss Fad?

Is Water The New Weight Loss Fad? Go to any book store and you'll find an entire section devoted to diet and weight loss. There's a never ending supply of fad diets for people hoping to find a quick and easy solution to reducing their weight. A more sensible approach comes from a study published in the journal Nutrition Today.

Obesity is an issue not only for adults but children. The typical teenager today consumes something like 300 more calories a day than teens did during the 1980s. A review of literature blamed this increase primarily on high-sugar soft drinks. Researchers determined that drinking water instead of soda might prevent weight gain in children and initiate weight loss in adults.

True Strength Moment: The U.S. Department of Agriculture's basic advice is to drink water when you're thirsty. Dieters and active adults might benefit from higher volumes of water to remain hydrated during exercise and promote optimal thermal regulation along with metabolic control. The best way to lose and/or maintain weight is to consume a balanced diet of sensible nutrition choices while committing to regular exercise.
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shashi shekhar
Mar 10, 2011
MY WEIGHT IS 75KG AND HEIGHT IS 5'8 .I WANT LEAN BODY . GIVE ME SOME ADVICE.