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Who would have thought that a simple thing like drinking water could affect weight loss? This was confirmed by a fascinating study published in the Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics. Want to know how that's possible? Read on!
The study looked at the habits of over 18,000 of adults for 7 years. Researchers found that people who drank the most water had the lowest caloric intake. But why? Well, for one, they had fewer sugary drinks. But they also ate less saturated fat, less sugar, salt and cholesterol.
Drinking 3 additional glasses of water a day makes it more likely you'll eat up to 205 fewer calories a day! Let's do some quick maths: that means you could lose 1.7 lb (0.8 kg) a month – that's over 20 lb (almost 10 kg) in a year – simply by drinking 3 additional glasses of water a day! Anyone can do that.
Whenever you feel peckish, you might actually just be thirsty. It's a very common occurrence. Your body's wires get crossed and instead of having water, you have a snack – hello extra calories! Always carry a bottle of water and you'll very soon notice a difference.
If you're bloated and retaining water, you might think the solution is to drink less. You'd be wrong! You need to drink more fluids and you need to drink the right ones.
AquaSlim EXTREME is exactly what you need. It's the strongest natural diuretic on the market that offers visible slimming results within days!*
It is sugar-free and has a pleasant natural raspberry taste. It will quench your thirst and make you feel lighter!
Bloating and swelling will become a thing of the past.* Once your body is rid of toxins, the pounds will start to disappear as well. Get excited about summer!
Source: An R. & McCaffrey J. (2016) Plain water consumption in relation to energy intake and diet quality among US adults, 2005–2012. J Hum Nutr Diet
*Disclaimer: The effects of the product may vary between individuals and could differ from those described on the website. Our products are not intended to prevent, treat or to cure any disease or serious illness.