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Over43



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PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2012 4:39 pm    Post subject: When to drink... Reply with quote

I came across this article on Live Strong.

http://www.livestrong.com/article/557718-what-to-drink-and-when-to-drink-it/

Here is a brief intro, I liked the "three meals a day":

You want to lose weight: In meeting of The American Chemical Society, researchers found that over 12 weeks, dieters who drank water before meals three times per day lost about 5 pounds more than dieters who did not increase their water intake. Good guidelines: Drink two cups before every meal.

Enjoy
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2012 8:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like the part about coffee! WHEEE!!!!!

That said, I have been making a special effort to make sure I am drinking more water, as coffee is a diuretic, and the last time I went to give blood, the Red Cross guy was almost in tears trying to find my vein. It's bad enough at the best of times, but if I let myself get minorly dehydrated, only the most experienced vampire can draw blood.

Since then, I've been having a big glass of water (with a meal rather than before it), and I do get a fullness sensation sooner.

And while I may be true, it does give me flashbacks of my Diet Center days with the whole apple and a glass of water routine. True or not, it has a strong association with trying not to murder someone on a 900 calorie a day diet.
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 14, 2012 2:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

NoelFigart wrote:
I like the part about coffee! WHEEE!!!!!

That said, I have been making a special effort to make sure I am drinking more water, as coffee is a diuretic, and the last time I went to give blood, the Red Cross guy was almost in tears trying to find my vein. It's bad enough at the best of times, but if I let myself get minorly dehydrated, only the most experienced vampire can draw blood.

Since then, I've been having a big glass of water (with a meal rather than before it), and I do get a fullness sensation sooner.

And while I may be true, it does give me flashbacks of my Diet Center days with the whole apple and a glass of water routine. True or not, it has a strong association with trying not to murder someone on a 900 calorie a day diet.


Speaking of being dehydrated...my doctor, and all of the doctors in his practice, encourages the consumption of water, black coffee or tea prior to a blood draw when one has fasted overnight. They don't affect the outcome of lab work and consuming the liquids makes it easier to draw the blood.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2018 11:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

When to drink and why to drink these question was compulsory to know for me that are much difficult to think on it. This was an online forum that had information that I read on online essay writing service uk this help me a lot but not enough so I need to get more on this.
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