There are many different things that go into a well rounded diet and weight loss plan, one of which is to drink the right amount of water. Proper hydration is vitally important when it comes to dieting, exercising and losing weight in the process of it all. Consider this guide to drinking water for weight loss before you embark on a diet or exercise plan and you will allow yourself to flourish, exceeding your dieting and weight loss expectations purely through keeping yourself hydrated and healthy in the process.
Drinking water is vitally important if you are trying to lose some weight. Studies are beginning to show that hunger and thirst are actually triggered together. As a result, many people feel thirsty but mistakenly believe that they are hungry. This is believed to be why so many people feel as if they are constantly hungry- Their bodies are dying for thirst and they are completely unaware. You may be driven, as a result, to eat more than you need to in order to gain the water that your body is craving. If you want to lose weight, prevent over eating by drinking more water and keeping your body properly hydrated.
When you consistently drink the amount of water that is required to keep you in good health, you will begin to notice many things rather rapidly, including a decrease in your normal appetite and how much you normally eat. If you are truly serious about becoming healthier and leaner, then drinking water is absolutely essential. If you are doing everything else by the book but you do not seem to be showing the results that you seek, then the missing link may indeed be that you are lacking hydration on a proper level.
The recommended minimum amount of water that you drink per day is eight glasses of 8 ounces. Eight glasses of water amounts to approximately two quarts or half a gallon of water, which is ideal for an average person. If you are overweight, you should actually be drinking more than this. It is generally recommended that an overweight person drink an extra 8 ounces of water for every 25 excess pounds of body weight. If you exercise regularly or live in a warm climate, you should increase this even further.
There are numerous other health benefits that come from getting enough water every day. You will notice a marked increase in your metabolism as well as increases in your energy level. You will alleviate headache problems and improve the quality of your skin. You will release more toxic waste, detoxifying your body and you can also reduce your blood pressure. You can also ease joint pain and reduce high cholesterol issues just by getting enough water every day. It really is that simple, so are you getting enough water every day or is it time to up your intake?
Lose Weight And Have A Bigger Penis?
Weight loss alone will not change your penis size. Losing weight doesn’t make it smaller or bigger. What losing weight will do is decrease the amount of fat on your body. As you lose more and more pounds, your body slims down and it starts to look different. This is true for your chest, your back, your arms, all of your body, including the pubic area.
Men have a “fat pouch” in their pelvic area around their penis. How that fat pouch looks depends on the person, but the rule of thumb is that the fatter you are, the larger the amount of fat around your penis.So when you lose weight, you are decreasing the size of the fat around your penis. As that gets smaller, your penis looks bigger. It’s all relative. When you’re lean and mean, you have no fat around your penis so it will look its biggest.
If you do have fat around the penis, then it only appears smaller. It’s not physically smaller, it is only visibly and functionally smaller. (We say functionally smaller because the fat blocks the penis from its deepest possible penetration) An easy comparison is trimming the pubic hair around the penis. If you trim it up, when you’re feeling frisky in Vegas or something, it just makes it seem bigger because more of the penis is exposed. It works the same way with fat. The only problem with fat is you can’t trim it off with a trip to the bathroom. How much bigger does your penis appear when you lose weight? That’s hard to say, because every man is different. But you can expect about 1 inch in visibility for every 30-50lbs lost. This was confirmed by Dr. Mehmet Oz on an appearance of the Oprah show (I don’t watch Oprah, but there aren’t many studies available on this subject so I had to turn to TV doctors.)
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