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RAW NU-YU 💦- RULE 6 - Improve Your Water Intake - 🔑The key to sustainable weight loss

🧡 Unless you’ve been living under a stone you’re certainly aware of the health benefits of drinking water. They really can’t be overstated. If there were a fountain of youth, it would be water. It’s critical that you consume at least 2-3 litres every day, however this is only a guideline and you may actually need more!


😲It is SO important, that I keep a glass of water bedside so I can drink it the second I open my eyes! In addition, make a point of consuming an additional 300ml - 500ml pint of water or Green Tea (loaded with additional benefits) with each meal and snack. It’s fine to consume other sensible beverages with your meals, but you should STILL at least have 300ml of WATER! It’s THAT important!


💪Not only is it key to making you feel full, but it makes up over 85% of your muscle tissue...so if you want your muscles to be working at their best (and looking their leanest) then drink away!


❓Are you drinking enough water? Consuming the right amount of water for your body weight and active lifestyle is very important and one of the simplest (and cheapest) ways to boost your metabolism and help you to achieve your fitness goals. Plus it can improve your sleep, moods and concentration!

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Here is a useful link to an online calculator which will help you work out, how much water you should be drinking per day, based on your body weight and how active you are.

https://goodcalculators.com/water-intake-calculator/ TOP TIPS TO IMPROVE YOUR WATER INTAKE>>


👉Rather than trying to go from little to a lot of water overnight, slowly increase it each day.

👉Drink at least 300 ml of water 1st thing in the morning

👉Drink at least 300 ml of water with every meal or snack

 

ADDITIONAL Factors That Determine Water Intake Needs👇


The amount of water that you need to intake will vary according to a number of different factors, including the following:

Environment. If the weather conditions are humid or hot, you will sweat more, and this will mean that you need to consume higher levels of water. Dehydration is also more common at high altitudes.

Activity levels. If you engage in any type of activity that makes you sweat, you need to consume additional water to replace any fluids that you lose. It is critical that you consume water in advance, throughout, and after working out.

Overall health. If you have a fever or are suffering from an illness, you may lose water from your body. Ensure that you adhere to your doctor's recommendations at all times to ensure you remain hydrated.

Pregnancy or breastfeeding. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you will need to consume extra fluids to ensure that you remain sufficiently hydrated.

 

🔑The Key to Nutrient Fusion “So what can I eat?”


You may choose from over 250+ foods that are not only easy to prepare, but also delicious! I’m asking you to eliminate the obvious offenders like cupcakes, brownies, creamy salad dressings, ice cream, alcohol (in moderation), and greasy chips (just wait for Baked Sweet Potato Fries!) to name a few. Trust me. You have great tasting alternatives you can eat until you’re full, and will help you trim inches off your body.


Just check out the this document which provides a key to all foods from each of the 4 key nutrient types:


> Proteins

> Fibrous Carbohydrates

> Starchy Carbohydrates

> Incidental Fats

> PLUS A KEY TO SOME HEALTHY SNACKS

raw nu yu_nutrient fusion key
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🧡Check out the RAW NU YU Rule 1 "Eat 6 Six times and day" to see an example of what your day could look like, plus get some tasty recipe ideas⁠!


RAW NU YU 7 RULES TO HEALTHY EATING 💪 👇⁠ ⁠

Missed them? Check out the links below to see all the 7 rules in this series.

RULE 7️⃣ Enjoy your meal. It’s not an opinion…it’s a physiological fact! ⁠

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