The hot water diet doesn’t consist of drinking hot water, as some people wrongly assume, but drinking water at body temperature, which is generally between 36, 5˚C or 37 ˚C. This diet, which has Asian origins, is very common in Europe.[expand title=”” trigpos=”below”] The consumption of at least 2 liters of water a day, before and after each meal, makes possible the elimination of colon waste and facilitates bowel movements.
Whether talking about cold or warm water, dieting with water brings many benefits to the body, among the ones worth mentioning being the fact that it facilitates the elimination of toxins in the body. The accumulation of toxins in the body usually comes with many side effects, including effects visible on the skin and also weight gain, as well as the appearance of cellulite.
In addition, by eating properly, the skin becomes brighter and conditions such as constipation and urinary issues, as well as kidney stones, are prevented. The diet with warm water is especially effective for people experiencing water retention and cellulite.
During this diet, the nutrition should be monitored. You will not have to count calories, but it is recommended to eat in moderation fat foods such as fast food, fried foods, sweets, fizzy drinks and alcohol. If you manage not only to reduce them, but to eliminate them completely, you will achieve weight loss in a short period of time, the beneficial effects being visible in the first days.
The warm water diet is simple: before and after eating any food, you have to drink a glass of warm water to speed up the digestion process. In addition, you will start the day by drinking a glass of warm water in the morning immediately after waking up, on an empty stomach. You can drink the warm water as it is or you can improve the taste by adding lemon juice. Lemon is one of the foods included in any diet to activate metabolism, weight loss process, being known to accelerate the weight loss in any kind of diet. Drink the water 5-10 minutes before each meal and 5-10 minutes after you have finished eating. Water should not be consumed during meals, because it dilutes the gastric juice, thus slowing down the digestion process.[/expand]