Water Takes Away Hunger Pains

You ever have those annoying cravings that you can’t seem to get rid of no matter how many small amounts of carrots or low-fat yogurts you consume. What most don’t know is that water is great at taking care of those hunger pains, lots and lots of water.

Start out with two quart bottles in the morning and carry one with you to work or wherever you go. If you like, divvy up the 64 ounces of water into eight (8-ounce) bottles or four pint (16-ounce) bottles to carry around with you all day. Freeze half of them the night before and they will last all day, even in a hot car. Keep some unfrozen so they will be ready to drink immediately.

You might have to make more frequent bathroom trips, but it is worth it. Drink your 64 ounces of water before dinner, if possible, so you’re not up half the night going to the bathroom. Water not only fills you up and lessens your appetite, it prevents those “hungry horrors” we all encounter when our blood sugar drops and we reach for cookies, candy, ice cream, fries or other high-calorie treats.

Not only is it good for those hunger pains, but it also cleans out your system, gets rid of the bloating and toxins in your body, and it gives your complexion a better look. So while it may not have the best taste it is great for you. And don’t worry too much you’ll get used to the taste.