by Jason Machowsky in Diets & Weight Loss
That pill is water. And about 55% to 70% of your body is made up of the stuff. But as little as 2% dehydration can lead to impaired physical and cognitive function. And for others, it comes with increased cardiovascular strain, headache, irritability and even poor appetite control. While there is a risk of overhydration–no need to go pounding down gallons–many people walk around all day slightly dehydrated, so there’s a lot to be gained from having a little more of nature’s thirst quencher. Most meal and calorie control research has subjects consuming an extra 16 oz. of water three times a day (before meals). But if bland, tepid water is not your idea of a tasty drink, here are a few tips to get more fluid into your daily routine.
Read more here: http://blog.foodnetwork.com/healthyeats/2013/07/27/one-small-change-have-more-of-this-to-lose-weight-better/