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5 Drinks to Help You Lose Weight

Don't drink your calories. Instead, drink these low-calorie drink options.

5 Drinks to Help You Lose Weight
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The secret to losing weight isn't just watching what's on your plate; it's also about watching what's in your glass.

Popular soft drinks, fruit juices, and energy drinks can be loaded with added sugars and carbohydrates that can sabotage your weight-loss strategy.

Here are five tasty ways to drink up without packing on the kilograms.

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1. Water
1. Water
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It's no secret that drinking plenty of water is essential for good health — it restores fluids lost through breathing, exercising and metabolism and with zero kilojoules, you can guzzle away to your heart's content. Water can also help you regulate how much you eat, with people often confusing hunger with thirst. When you start to feel hungry, drink some water instead and see if you still feel like eating afterwards. A 2015 study in the journal Obesity found participants who imbibed water before meals were more likely to lose weight than those who went straight to eating.



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