Dehydration and Weight Gain



Staying hydrated throughout the holidays could be the #1 way to prevent weight gain.

Holiday foods are full of fat, salt and sugar; all of which contribute to dehydration. Eat too many of these foods and you may confuse your thirst for hunger which could lead to additional overeating.

  • Staying hydrated will keep you from eating when you are actually thirsty
  • Staying hydrated will keep you satiated between meals, preventing the snack attack
  • Drinking 1-2 glasses of water before you eat will make you feel full faster
  • Water flushes fat from your body


How much water do you need?

How to incorporate water into your lifestyle:

  • Keep a reusable bottle filled with water with you all of the time, drink continuously
  • Drink 8-16 oz. of water before meals
  • Eat soup¬†
  • Drink herbal teas
  • Flavor infused waters (add a extra nutrition too)
  • Sparkling water

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