Realizing the importance of staying hydrated and what it can do to your health and weight loss goals.
Drinking just 2 cups of water, which is smaller than the size of a bottled soda, before meals helped dieters lose an extra five pounds yearly and help you maintain your weight loss.
Drinking the right amount of water daily can actually speed up your metabolic rate and help to curb overeating when your body confused hunger and thirst.
But how much water is enough?
Here is how to calculate how much water you should drink a day.
Your weight x 67% = ounces of water required daily for your weight.
Finally you will want to adjust that number based on how often you work out, since you are expelling water when you sweat. You should add 12 ounces of water to your daily total for every 30 minutes that you work out. So if you work out for 45 minutes daily, you would add 18 ounces of water to your daily intake.
Did you know when you are being adjusted by your Chiropractor, that they can tell if you are properly hydrated or not? They can, it’s a fact! Here at Shimer Chiropractic, PC, Dr. Shimer is a Chiropractor in Longmont, Colorado that wants to get you up and moving to the best of your ability sooner than later.