Does Water Help With Real Weight Loss?

You need to understand the idea of water weight loss, as opposed to fat weight loss if you’re gonna lose some pounds. These concepts are two completely different things. Burning away fats or fat weight loss is the primary goal of those who’re on a diet or an exercise routine. On the other hand, water weight loss simply concerns the losing the water in our bodies. And to make things really interesting, the more water you drink, the faster you’ll lose weight.

Drink a ton of water and using an appetite suppressant and fat burner will speed up your results.

Water is critical to our health which meant that we all need a degree of it at all times. Its common knowledge that our body is composed of 70 percent water. Water is crucial for cellular function and hydration. Our bodies would shrivel up and die without water. Obviously, they safer way of losing weight is to focus on fat weight loss rather than water weight loss.

Heading Down The Water Weight Loss Rabbit Hole

You can find a great deal of pills onto the market now days that encourage water weight loss. It is much quicker to pull water from our bodies than it is to burn away fat. You have to take a healthy and nourishing diet and combine it with a rigorous exercise regime in order to drop real weight.  Unfortunately, Some people are too lazy to do it the hard way. The phrase’ No pain, no gain’ holds no value to these persons. These individuals usually turn to miracle diet pills to help them lose those extra pounds.

Miracle diet pills pull part of the water off of your body, hence creating the illusion that you have actually gotten thinner. However, all the extra body fat is still on your body. All you have really done is deplete your body of necessary water that your muscles, organs and brain require to function properly. Remember That an extreme water weight loss is bad for you. It’s time for you to intensify to the plate. Quit whining about not wanting to work out. If the rest of us do it and so can you.

Just pop-in a pill of Hydravax whenever there is uncomfortable feeling in the body due to excess water or if there is bloating on the body. The reaction of this water pill is quick and it starts immediately so that normal body regulation is possible. It immediately releases all the unwanted weight due to water in body that makes you feel light and comfortable and with this it also controls your weight. It helps you a perfect body that you aim to have. Many people have extra weight on their body just on account of the water retention and Hydravax water pills help here.

These powerful Hydravax water pills are easily available on internet market and they also come with thirty days money back guarantee. So just order one and try it.

Dont be fooled by those lame diet pills off that are offered on those infomercials. Using them to lose weight is clearly not a prudent choice. You would be better off by getting active in a gym or fitness program. Get a personal trainer if you’ve got to.

In contrast to popular belief, diet isn’t mainly concentrated on losing weight instead it is also essential for the maintenance of an overall healthy you. Diet is commonly defined as eating a controlled amount of certain food to regulate weight. Some people are on a diet to lose weight while many go on a diet to gain weight usually in the shape of muscles. Proper diet starts with getting rid of foods which aren’t beneficial to the body. Cut back on alcohol, fats, and the intake of abusive drugs. Next, consult your doctor to find a diet that fits your need.

But whatever you do, do not resort to drastic water weight loss instead of burning away fat because you will only be hurting yourself in the long run. Hop on the World-Wide-Web now and learn more regarding water weight loss and its impact on your body’s health.

Fat loss or water weight?Many people say that when starving yourself or eating very little calories each day, you will not lose fat, only water weight. I have been eating very little for 2 days now, and I look skinnier. So is this water weight of fat loss? I’m so confused by this. or fat loss*** sorry accidently put “of” instead of “or” i excersise at least 30 mintues a day and drink LOTS of water

  • (Betty B’s answer…the end, almost as Y!A keeps limiting my answers…) You could get thinner, toner and look better by losing fat reserves (doing aerobics) and gaining muscle mass (doing weight training) while not changing your weight on the scale. For the same mass, muscle mass is 3 times heavier than fat reserves (I guess it’s all that 75% water weight)…or you could say that muscle mass takes 3 times less space than fat reserves for the same weight so you get thinner without even losing weight. Depending on your age and weight, the weight of your skeleton is 9 to 18% of your total weight. Your organs (including the skin) are about 10% of your body weight and your muscles about 29%. Some people have huge LBM…a lot of muscle mass, a strong skeleton (stimulated by weight training), a bigger heart and bigger lungs (good cardiovascular system because of aerobics) and very low body fat percentage (like athletes with 2 to 12% of BFP). Other people have a high body fat percentage, a weak skeleton and small heart/lungs (they don’t exercise…men are obese above 25% BFP and women above 32% BFP). (Just a note here, that has nothing to do with your question, but something to do with my answer…the gentle pressure on the bones during weight training is absolutely great for older women so they can create more bone mass and fight osteoporosis). Imagine…you’re a women and one third of your body is fat reserves! You can also be a 110lbs unfit person with little muscle mass and a third of the body being fat reserves (skinny-fat people, NWO = Normal Weight Obese) having a low “healthy” BMI number but still be as unhealthy as obese people and at risk for the same obesity related diseases, so it’s not even about weight but about fitness. I’m a 5’5 woman and I’d rather weigh 126lbs (BMI 21), doing my aerobics (walking/jogging, biking, swimming…anything that makes me sweat) and anaerobic exercises (weight training) while eating whatever I want, feeling strong, in good shape and being thin…than be 120lbs (BMI 20) with a little belly (between a big bulging pouch or a cute little one), not exercising, out of shape, feeling weak, having to count my calories intake, or even worse, be 111lbs (BMI 18.5, still normal weight), too thin with a flat soft belly and skinny arms, not exercising, out of shape, feeling weak, losing my appetite and scaring my friends. In my case, getting a lower BMI is when I start to worry about my physical condition. Don’t worry about how much weight you can lose or gain on a scale, only worry about losing fat reserves and gaining muscle mass. It’s all about how you feel, how strong you are, how you look (thin and toned and not flabby), not about how much you weigh. It’s about how fast you can walk/jog a mile or how much you can lift a weight. Once you absorbed all the aforementioned, fat loss or water weight is a simple matter. You should eat enough calories to cover your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) or your body will adapt to a low caloric intake and lower your metabolism, making it very hard for you to use your fat reserves. And then, as soon as you would eventually start eating normally again, you would make fat reserves very easily, because you would have a lower metabolism and therefore regain all the weight you lost and keep going up, unless you exercise A LOT. You should have a daily average of exercising of 30 minutes to maintain weight (for your cardiovascular system’s health), one hour to lose half a pound of fat reserves a week, and two hours to lose one pound of fat reserves a week (each pound of fat reserves is 3,500 calories of exercising). Of course, if you eat a lot, you could still gain weight working out 30 minutes a day or not lose any weight working out one hour a day, which is the best to be at, once you’re fit and want to maintain your muscle mass to stay fit while not having to worry about your calorie intake. Do not focus on the scale. As long as you’re eating enough to cover your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) and not too much above that and that you exercise, you will lose one pound of fat reserves for each 3,500 calories of exercising, no matter what the scale indicates. Losing one pound of fat reserves does not mean losing one pound of weight because it does not take into account muscle mass gain (which is very good) and water and waste fluctuations, which can be huge and are very confusing and irrelevant since only temporary because eventually, your body settles down. Eating healthier and drinking more water will make you lose water retention (less sodium) and waste (more fiber and better regularity).


  • Probably not as much bloating



  • At most you’ll lose 1lb of fat and muscle every 2 days if you aren’t eating anything at all, so any appearence in looking skinnier is going to be because of water weight.



  • Probably a combination of the two. Use exercise alongside your low calorie diet to ensure continuing fat loss.



  • drink more water to ensure yourslf



  • Fat loss is 3,500 calories of exercising, even if you don’t see it on the scale, if it’s overcome by muscle mass gain or water/waste fluctuations. Water loss is due to diuretics (alcohol, tea, cranberry juice, food like cucumbers, watermelons, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, fresh tomatoes, asparagus, artichokes, beets, carrots, lettuce, raw onions, radish and horseradish, oats, melon, celery and parsley) and dehydrating while not compensating with drinking more water. Do not dehydrate, either drink more water to compensate (and pee a lot) or eat salty food to retain water. Here is body weight one-oh-one… Your body weight is composed of your BFP (Body Fat Percentage) and all the rest which is LBM (Lean Body Mass…Bones, muscles and organs). You also have a few pounds of the content of your stomach (your last meal) and your intestines but those are just a few pounds and not worth considering as you should not really mess up with it if you have a good digestive system. For medical reason, you might have to occasionally empty your digestive system but you will regain the waste weight in the next few days. I lost 3 pounds, momentarily, when I had a colonoscopy…after my exam, I had to eat and fill up for 5 days (while regaining my 3lbs) before I finally could get a BM. I really pity people trying to lose a few pounds with colon cleanses, messing up their system or just thinking that their colon need to be cleaned. Your colon is not dirty, even if it’s full of crap! Your colon performs a great task of eliminating waste, sucking the water out so you get a nice BM and not diarrhea. Eat enough fiber (that’s the sponge), drink water (for the sponge, otherwise the sponge/fiber is useless if it’s dry) and then the fiber/water combination is like a train and a train rack…smooth daily regularity. So…your body weight is composed of your BFP and your LBM. Your fat reserves is not only used for a storage system for energy (for unused calories from carbs, protein, dietary fats and fat soluble vitamins…for future use) but is also used for other purposes, like insulation from cold winter temperatures. I weigh 5 more pounds in the winter as I don’t want to be chilly and then I easily lose those extra pounds when I get my salads cravings in the spring. I don’t get New-Year Resolutioners trying to lose weight in cold January (unless they live in the Southern Hemisphere where it’s hot) so they go against the natural order of things and it is probably why they give up before spring comes (at my gym, New-Years Resolutioners are gone by mid March). Somebody, somewhere (not me, I’m too lazy and not greedy enough, but you can e-mail me to know where to send the check to relieve your guilt about stealing my idea) should start my Spring Resolutioners idea so overweight, out-of-shape people could lose weight and shape up starting on March 20th, when it’s much easier as it gets warmer. Fat reserves also protects the internal organs against external injuries (cushioning) and produces hormones. Adipose tissue = fat stored on your body, is an important endocrine organ (especially in the teenage years and the menopause years). So having fat reserves is not just about not being skinny like retouched pictures in magazines or skinny celebrities with eating disorders, it’s also about your storage system, your insulation in the winter, your cushioning/protection and your hormones level. Now your LBM is your skeleton (206 to 270 bones, depending if you’re an adult or an infant), your muscle mass (320 pairs of muscles) and your organs (including the brain and the skin). Both your LBM and fat reserves contain water. Your body is 75% water at birth and then it goes down…yep…you look at a cute baby and you’re looking at 75% or water! That’s why they’re so cute. An average woman would have 55% water, a man 60% (they usually have more muscle mass). An obese person would be under 50% (having more fat). LBM is about 75% water. Fat reserves is only 10% water. So the fatter you are, the less water you have. I know!! This is weird as fat people look like they have a lot of water retention while muscular, thin, fit, ripped people look like they don’t. But it’s the opposite…maybe that’s why you’re confused. I was confused too when I learned that my muscle mass was composed of 75% or water (like a baby)! I had to wrap my head around that one. How come something (muscle mass) that can make you look so good and be so strong could be 3 quarters water?! Where does the strength come from? The last one quarter!