If you don't like water and have a hard time drinking it start out slow, I used to hate water, and now I drink it all the time. What I did was keep a 3 oz. bathroom glass in the kitchen, and everytime I went into the kitchen I made myself drink at least 3 oz. of water, eventually I started drinking more and more.
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It is really easy to feel defeated or to beat up on yourself when you go off your plan--but it is important to notice all of the things you did well around that one issue. We have learned to drink water, be active, cook foods more healthy, avoid trigger foods and fast food, be more active, etc...
When you think about how far you've come and what you have learned and made into a habit, it should help you to shake off the negative feelings from a slip-up and stick with your program! You can do it and have shown your growth in so many ways! Good for you!!345250306
Of all of the tips I learned while losing weight, drinking my water at room temp was the most life-changing for me! I had been sipping my cold water all day until I discovered (learned from a seasoned dieter) that if I drink my water at room temp I could gulp it down in seconds. 2 litres of water has been a minimum of water intake for me since then...for the last 2 years...and it is EASY.
Okay so everyone knows that its important to drink water. BUt sometimes getting 8 cups a day is trickier than it sounds. I have learned that drinking with a straw makes me drink more water faster. So try it out, drink with a STRAW! Good Luck :)
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