Water is the most important nutrient aiding weight loss and keeping it off.
Water suppresses the appetite naturally and helps the body metabolize stored fat.
Drinking enough water is the best treatment for fluid retention.
Water helps rid the body of waste.
How much water is enough?
On average, a person should drink eight 8-ounce glasses every day. However, an overweight person needs one additional glass for every 25 pounds of excess weight. The amount you drink should also be incresased f you exercise briskly or it the whether is hot and dry.
When the body gets the water it needs to function optimally, its fluids are perfectly balanced. When this happens, you have reached the "breakthrough point." What does that mean?
If you stop drinking enough water, your body fluids will be thrown out of balance again, and you may experience fluid retention, unexplained weight gain and loss of thirst. To remedy the situation, you'll have to go back and force another "breakthrough."