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    2022-06-09 22:17:05  每日學英語


    This is the only time you shouldn't be drinking water. And the reason why is actually quite logical.


    Water is one of the most critical elements to the human body. When you don't sip enough H2O, your body becomes dehydrated - which leads you to feel weak and decreases motivation - you may feel like you're always hungry, and, surprisingly, it could make you look puffier. That's because your body attempts to hold onto every last drop of water it can when you're dehydrated, which can make you look like you've put on extra weight.


    For these reasons, one of our top weight-loss tips at Eat This, Not That! is to do your body a favour and grab a reusable water bottle. Fill it up and drink up. Dietitian Jim White, RD, ACSM recommends the standard 64 ounces of water a day, or eight 8-ounce glasses.

    由于這些原因,Eat This, Not That!期刊的最重要的減肥技巧之一就是幫身體一個忙,拿一個可重復使用的水瓶。在瓶中裝滿水,然后喝完。美國運動醫學會的注冊營養師吉姆·懷特建議每天喝水的標準量是64盎司水,或8杯8盎司的水。

    By drinking the recommended intake, your weight-loss goal becomes more attainable. Sufficient water intake has the ability to boost your metabolism, help you feel fuller longer, and even keep your energy levels at an all-time high. A recent review published in the journal Obesity found that women on four widely different but popular diets all experienced greater weight loss when drinking more water.


    It was completely intentional that drinking water wasn't placed on our list of 30 Things to Do Before Bed to Lose Weight. Erin Palinski-Wade, RD, explains: "If you drink too much before bed, you may find yourself waking up multiple times in the middle for the night to urinate."

    喝水不在"睡前做這30件事情以減輕體重"之列是完全有道理的。注冊營養師Erin Palinski-Wade解釋道:"如果睡前喝了很多水,夜間你就會醒來去廁所很多次。"

    And just like water, sleep is known to be a key factor in obtaining your weight-loss goals. The recommended 6-8 hours really make a difference in our lives. As a matter of fact, the Sleep Research Society figured out that those who slept too little (5-6 hours) and those who slept too much (9-10 hours) were prone to have an increased risk of weight gain and, even worse, fat gain.


    Palinski-Wade offers a simple solution - cut back on our favourite zero-calorie beverage roughly three hours before you plan on hitting the sheets. Within this time frame, your body will be able to process and you'll use the restroom before it interrupts your beauty sleep.