Edema- In Order To Lose Weight - Reduce Water Retention
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Few people know that too much sugar intake increases the hormone insulin. If your body has high levels of insulin, itís difficult to get rid of sodium & your body retains water. Eating Onions, celery, eggplant, lemon water can help with puffiness.Eliminate the causes of water retention and start losing weight again. High blood sugar levels can ruin your weight loss efforts.
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Cutting out salt will actually increase your chance of heart disease and fat retention and slower metabolism, among other things. I used to do no salt than did some research and now eat a lot of salt. (see additional note for women)
Check out what this microbiologist has to say: http://raypeat.com/articles/articles/salt.shtml
For women... Once I added a significant amount of salt back into my plan, I no longer get any water retention at that time of the month, none. All my life I always gained like 5 lbs in water weight and now that I eat a Tbsp a day, I have NO water retention, ever.
I just wanted to share that will trying to lose weight, a few things helped me. I changed my diet and stopped eating meat..i reduced sugars because i love sweets!! I ordered the water dispensers for my home with helped me drink cold great water daily...and i used makeup! Which was something i never did but inbetween workout if i didnt lose weight or inches...Seeing a beautiful face in the mirror helped me to stay motivated. http://www.marykay.com/acarter913
This is my website, and trust me in the process of losing weight everything helps!
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