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Drink More Water

Updated: Jan 11

If your goal is for #weightloss, drinking enough water each day is crucial. Water aids in digestion and metabolism, keeps you full, and supports organ functioning. General recommendations are for 2.7 liters for females and 3.7 liters for males daily. Keep reading for #tipsonhowtoincreaseyourwaterintake.



Tip #1: Carry a water bottle with you.


First thing after waking up fill up your #waterbottle. Keep it at your work desk or bring it on the road. Continue to refill throughout the day. Having a bigger water bottle means less trips to the water cooler and makes it easier to keep track of water intake during the day. Having a water bottle with a straw also increases likelihood of sipping throughout the day.


Tip #2: Choose water over other beverages.


Beverage of choice? #Water. It is zero calories and nourishes your body. Opt for water over soda, sports drinks, iced tea, lemonade, juices, smoothies, coffee with cream and sugar.


Tip #3: Flavor your water.


#Giveyourwatersomeflavor if you do not want it plain or just to switch things up. You can flavor it multiple ways. Add fresh herbs like mint, basil, or rosemary. Add fruit slices like lemon, lime, orange, grapefruit. You can also add whole pieces of fruit and vegetables such as blueberries or cucumbers. There are also flavor drops you can add to water like Mios or flavor powder like Crystal Light.


Tip #4: Try 0 calorie (or very low calorie) drinks.


They give flavor without all the calories. Try plain coffee, tea, low fat milk, unsweetened iced tea or lemonade, seltzer, Gatorade zero or diet sodas.






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