Friday, March 28, 2014

Not Losing Weight? Here's Why


Not losing weight?  Perhaps you're doing it all wrong...

Did you know you should drink more water - not drink less - when you are trying to lose weight?  Here's why:
Water isn't just "good for you" — water burns fat. Water suppresses hunger. Water renews your skin. Just drinking 12 ounces of pure water every day can take a few years off your face in a matter of weeks. You'll also drop fat, have more energy, and save your kidneys and liver from chronic overwork.

When your kidneys are taxed from too little water, your liver has to take over. Now, get this: Your liver is your number one fat-burning organ. Do you REALLY want it processing liquids and toxins rather than BURNING FAT? No way, right? Well, grab a glass of water, and watch the mirror. Within a few weeks, the change to your face and body will be noticeable. (Excerpt from
Water is critical to your good health. Your body is approximately 70% water. Your muscles, skin, and vital organs all contain and need large amounts of water for optimal health. The most critical fluid in your body, your blood, is mostly water. Water also transports oxygen to your cells, delivers nutrients, removes waste, and provides energy to the body. So staying hydrated is paramount to good health.

Your body loses approx. 2.5 liters of water every day just through normal bodily functions. You lose water through urination, respiration, and perspiration. If you are physically active or athletic, you lose even more water. Although "thirst" is an obvious sign of dehydration, the TRUTH is your body is in need of water long before you feel thirsty.

Symptoms of mild dehydration include chronic pains in joints and muscles, lower back pain, headaches, and constipation. A strong odor to your urine, along with a yellow or amber color indicates that you are not getting enough water.

So in mathematical formula terms: Hydration + Alkalinity = Good Health!

The best source of alkalinity for your drinking water that we've found is from Xooma's X2O.  

X2O sachets actually make water "wetter" by lowering the surface tension of water molecules. This dramatically increases your water's ability to hydrate your body at the cellular level. 

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