Well, they wouldn’t be saying it for no reason. 43% of adults in the United States drink less than 4 cups of water a day, and only 22% drink more than 8. You can bet your life those numbers carry across to Ireland and the UK too.
When we work with people who’ve had unhealthy diets for years, their chief struggle is with the increase in water intake, not the food changes. It’s understandable though - it can be really difficult to glug down water if you’re used to a glass or two per day.
But lots of people don’t realise the impact upping your water intake can have on your diet. If you’re drinking before, during, and after each meal, you’ll blunt your appetite, making it very difficult to over eat.
OK, that’s easy in theory. But how can we make it easier to apply in practice? Well, here are a couple of tips:
However you do it, make sure you get enough water. We recommend 3 litres, but a little more if you’re a gym addict.
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