LAST UPDATED: Dec. 30, 2020, 5:36 p.m.
NEW DELHI (DIVYA SAINI): The human body is made of 70% of water and water is the most essential need of the body. The internal organs of the body works together to cleanse, repair every day. The urinary system including your kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra, and renal pelvis, is no different.
When the body digests the food the nutrients gets converted into energy by repairing the cells. Whereas, urinary system helps to filter the blood, by removing waste through urine.
Drinking water helps the body to maintain body’s fluid levels and provides you moist by removing waste from the body. Water also helps to regulate the temperature of the body which aids in weight loss. That’s why doctors recommend having 7- 8 glasses of water everyday for healthy weight, mind and body.
But still even after knowing the extreme benefits of water people doesn’t drink it or forget to drink. Here’s how water helps in weight loss:
1 It helps to improve efficacy of workout
When you are dehydrated it may affect your efficacy of workout and affecting your weight loss goals. So it is important that you drink enough water every day for better performance and double the amount before and after the workout.
2 It boosts your metabolism
Drinking 3-4 liters of water everyday boosts your metabolic rate by almost 30 per cent and increase in metabolism will help you to burn more calories and you will be able to achieve your weight loss targets.
3 Helps to combat hunger
Water makes you feel full and kills the hunger cravings. Water is very essential and has zero calories. One must always drink 1 glass of water half an hour before a meal to kill your appetite.
4 Gives you healthy and glowing skin
Drinking 8 glasses a day helps to cleanse your system by removing all the toxins from the body which helps in better blood flow that gives you an instant glow on your face.
5 Helps in detoxification
You can drink water by adding lemon, mint, cucumber as it gives you a perfect detoxifying water for cleansing all the harmful toxins from the body.
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