Water, water, yes Water!

Your body needs a certain amount of water each day to do its job properly. Unfortunately, that amount can fluctuate from day to day, depending on factors like how hot it is and whether you’re exercising. If you’re working toward healthy weight loss with a medically supervised program, you can consult your weight loss specialist in California about whether you’re drinking enough water. As a general rule of thumb, it’s best to drink enough water so that your urine is very lightly colored. When your urine turns darker, this is a sign that you’re becoming dehydrated.

Water by itself might not help you lose fat, but consuming enough water does support all of your bodily functions—including digestion. In addition, weight loss specialists often counsel their clients that it’s easy to mistake thirst for hunger. Before reaching for an extra snack, consider whether you might really be thirsty instead. If you become ill while losing weight, consume more water than you ordinarily would; illness can increase the risk of dehydration.

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*Specific results are not guaranteed and are a result of the individual customized weight loss plan for each patient, along with exercise, diet, and lifestyle changes.