Ok, so currently, you are in the process of a strict weight loss diet to slim down a few sizes. You’ve had some issues with hunger for some time and now you’re looking to take control of your eating habits and persist. You’ve did your research online, in magazines, read some self help books and have consulted with your doctor and now you have found the right eating plan for your condition. Throughout the weight loss process, you’ve noticed that the hunger – despite the steps in the eating plan – is sometimes too excessive to bear, so you go off of your plan just a little and eat a little more than what you should. You think nothing off it, hey every one cheats every once in a while, right? But, the cheating continues and it shows in your weekly and monthly results – you haven’t lost a pound. The question to ask yourself, before going off of your plan, is if you’ve had enough water consumption prior to those food item that you’ve eaten off of schedule. Well, did you?
In numerous studies throughout history, dehydration has always been a reason behind why many people go hungry. When dehydration sets in, mixed signals are sent throughout the body telling it that the person is hungry. Are they truly hungry? Maybe not. But, the body can trick you when you’ve deprived it of the necessary amount of water needed at that point and time.
The amount of water to consume throughout a day can be calculated based on a consumption measurement of 8 fluid oz per hour. If you consume this amount of water every hour, you can have a better chance at preventing the many feelings of hunger faced throughout the day to best keep you on track with your weight loss plan.
Sticking to a weight loss plan can be difficult. It can be even more difficult if you’re hungrier more often than you have to be. Keep track of your water intake, it is necessary. Carry a water bottle around with you and ensure that you get at least 8 fluid ounces of water every hour.
Here are some water bottles with great reviews on Amazon. Some even can track your water intake using your Fitbit or iPhone.
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