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How to Drink More Water Each Day

If I told you there is a simple way you could boost weight loss and gain more energy each day, AND it's FREE, would you do it? Hopefully, I have your attention.

When I learned that it's not enough to just drink water, but drink enough water, immediate changes started happening. My skin was clearer, my nails and hair were growing and getting stronger, my energy increased, I did not feel bloated, and I felt less hungry during the day. I had to pass along this knowledge to my clients and now, it is a vital part of my 21-Day Challenge clean eating program.

The benefits of drinking water are boundless! It aids in weight loss, improves skin health, boosts energy, and boosts immune system function.

Tip #1 - Drink 8 oz. of water upon waking!

I have seen this work wonderfully for my clients and for me! Before coffee or food, you are starting your day with hydration and getting a jumpstart on your daily intake, which puts you ahead of the game.

Tip #2 - Drink 8 oz. of water before lunch and dinner.

A glass before each meal is the perfect way to stay on an energy-boosting track.

"We all know that water is good for weight loss; it helps to curb hunger, flushes out toxins that make us sick and fat, boosts energy and it speeds metabolism by up to 3%. While 3 percent may not seem like a lot, when you add it up over the course of a lifetime, it makes a big difference on your waistline. I guarantee it. "-Jillian Michaels

Tip #3 - Drink Water While Working Out.

As you lose water by sweating during exercise, you will need to replace that fluid with new water to stay healthy and avoid the dangerous effects of dehydration. A water break is a perfect excuse to stop and catch your breath while working out. When you're exercising, drink 8 -10 ounces for every 10-20 minutes of exercise and then cool down with 8 ounces within at least 30 minutes after a workout. Investing in a water bottle with measurement markings can help you ensure that you're drinking enough.

These simple tips can make BIG differences in your overall wellbeing.

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