In addition to making healthy nutritional choices and exercising daily, drinking adequate amounts of water is extremely beneficial for weight loss. Avoiding dehydration is crucial if you are trying to lose weight. This is true for several reasons, but one of the most pertinent factors has to do with water’s effect on the body’s vital organs. Studies have shown that a low consumption of water allows more fat to be deposited instead of being metabolized into energy. Water helps our kidneys flush out toxins. The kidneys cannot properly perform their function without water, and this forces the liver to assist with water filtration. The result is interference in the liver’s primary function, which is to burn fat. So drink a sufficient amount of water! EVERY DAY!
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Dear Pastor Steve, I am a 58 y.o. female who has been battling with weight issues all my life. I have tried so many different weight loss programs and failed all of them. I would lose and then gain it back plus. I came to your problem some years ago when you first stated this journey. I was there with the small simple changes program. Pastor I need help, I know that my body is the temple of God and I have abused it for many many years. I’m tired of struggling and feeling defeated. I need prayer and a intervention. Will you please help me?