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water is a game changer, no mater how much you eat if you drink lots of water you will lose weight quicker then just working out and eating junk.

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And even with drinking water you can overdose.

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Not sure if water will do that if you're still eating junk food. Well, gotta try it out. *starts chugging water*

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Well, water does fill you up more. So I guess it can 'help' with losing weight.

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I hardly ever drink any water, so I have no say in this really. Razz

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I've been drinking a lot more water lately. In some ways, I miss the caffeine I was getting from soda but I know water is a lot more healthy for me.

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JennyorAlice wrote:
I've been drinking a lot more water lately.  In some ways, I miss the caffeine I was getting from soda but I know water is a lot more healthy for me.  


What soda did you kick?

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@ That, I only drink water when there is nothing else to drink. Razz

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TheWhiteNinja97 wrote:
@ That, I only drink water when there is nothing else to drink. Razz


There never is a time when I don't have anything else to drink but water. haha

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I think if you don't drink enough water, you start becoming different and intelligent

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My advice if you are going to "go water". Get a filter either for the faucet or a pitcher that filters water. There are popular ones like Britta or Zero water. I'd say drink more water, but slowly with the soda. Lets say one less can a day (or week). Honestly, I've been able to do it a few times but I always get back to drinking soda again. At least if you do, you will be having some water in your diet.

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I thought diet was only food o.o

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TheWhiteNinja97 wrote:
I thought diet was only food o.o


It has multiple definitions. What you consume is one of them. Wink

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I love my water

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During the summer, I kicked out of the habit of soda and replaced it with water, I had so much energy and felt better when not drinking it. Sadly, I fell off the wagon and drink soda now, working on it again. But by switching just for those three months, I lost about 10 pounds just from cutting soda and switching to water.

Other than that, I have to disagree with the idea that water makes you lose weight. What makes you lost weight in my personal opinion is healthier choices (the less ingredients the better), exercise, and moderation. It is okay to have junk food, but you can't eat whatever you want. Even if you are a person who doesn't gain weight, do you know how many additives and chemicals are in processed foods? It just isn't healthy all together.

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^ I don't usually drink water hah Razz only when the fridge is empty of drinks. Very Happy

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