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Drinking against swelling: the rules to follow to deflate the belly

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Drinking water is very important, both to hydrate the body and to cleanse itself of toxins and deflate the belly. Let’s see how much we should drink.

To get rid of abdominal bloating is not enough to diet and do a lot of sport, it is also important to drink enough water during the day.

In fact, besides being essential to hydrate the body, water also helps us get rid of toxins . But be careful: drinking too much water hurts , just as it hurts drinking it the wrong way. Let’s see, then, what are the rules to follow.

How much water to drink per day?

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The best way to start the day well and cleanse the body is to drink water and lemon as soon as you wake up , preferably warm. To make this gesture even more effective, it would be better to wait 15-20 minutes before having breakfast. During the day, then, you need to drink about 2 liters of water, distributed as follows:

1 liter in the morning, approximately from 8:30 to 12:30;

1 liter in the afternoon, from 14:30 to 20:30.

After 20:30 it is better not to drink, unless you feel the need, because the urge to urinate would disturb sleep.

It is also not advisable to drink more than 2 liters of water per day, because the sodium levels in the blood would become too low, causing a real water intoxication .

Can you drink water with meals?

Drinking with meals is not only allowed, but also recommended by doctors: a sip between courses helps to better fluidize gastric juices and facilitates digestion. Obviously, you shouldn’t overdo it, because too much water could swell the stomach.

Both during meals and throughout the day, you need to learn how to dose the quantities of water well: drinking half a liter of water in one breath has no benefit, because the fluids would immediately end up in the bladder, where they would be eliminated by urinating . To hydrate the body and get rid of toxins, the water should be drunk in small sips throughout the day.

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