Study shows drinking water contributes apparent weight loss effects.
Drinking water before meal found to be great effect of losing weight. New study published in the journal Obesity, shows drinking water half an hour before breakfast, lunch and dinner may help with weight loss. Drinking water is essential to humans and other lifeforms to work properly. Human body
requires between one and seven liters of water per day to avoid dehydration specially drinking water before meal.
In 2013, a study concluded reviewed that Studies of individuals dieting for weight loss or maintenance, suggest a weight-reducing effect of increased water consumption. Evidence has been used by some of the scientists, with people trying to lose weight can benefit from increasing dietary programs by drinking water before meals or at any time.
British University suggests, drinking a glass of water half hour before every meal may be best tool for losing weight. Dr. Helen Paretti of the University at Birmingham, lead author, stated: “When combined with brief instructions on how to increase your amount of physical activity and on a healthy diet, this seems to help people to achieve some extra weight loss — at a moderate and healthy rate.”, “It’s something that doesn’t take much work to integrate into our busy everyday lives.”
Researchers claimed, simple intervention could be great help and could easily be promoted by doctors and other health professionals. An increased of water intake or even consumption of water-rich foods such as fruits and vegetables with a lower energy density may also in weight management.
“The beauty of these findings is in the simplicity.”, “Just drinking a pint of water, three times a day, before your main meals may help reduce your weight,” Dr. Parretti added. Hoping that findings will be a step for further research into the benefits of drinking water before meal, and somehow to receive feedback to confirm the findings. IMAGES/GETTY