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Drinking Warm Water through out the day, helps in cutting flab from your body!!

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Try and see yourself.. It surely helps in loosing those inches!!
- Submitted by MEETNEWME 10/27/2010 in Weight Loss | 5 Comments
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TIGERBOO 10/28/2010 7:29:00 AM

    This might be true for women, but for men I been reading that drinking ice cold water actually makes your metabolism work harder thus making it more active and as a result you will shear fat safety. While on the other hand, drinking warm water throughout the day actually will make you sweet a lot and most likely what you are loosing is body water. This topic can be very confusing, specially when males and females bodies act so different. I wonder if one of the Spark leader can comment on this...it will be great to know more.
HARLEYANGELONE 10/27/2010 8:44:00 AM

    This is a great idea..I add a bit of lemon juice to warm water in the morning.
JAGER97 5/25/2011 9:27:00 AM

    I've read that ice water isn't good for any body, male or female.
MILDOLLARSMILE 10/28/2010 1:30:00 PM

    I was always told ice cold water will help make the skin more elastic and be more prone to less flab this way.
LADYBEASLEY 10/27/2010 5:03:00 PM

    Someone told me to drink cold water because you body burns more having to warm it up.

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