Higher water intake tied to weight loss in review

07/4/2013 | Reuters

People who had higher water consumption attained greater weight loss than those who drank less, a review in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition indicated. The lead researcher said the reason behind the association is unclear, but that water may help reduce hunger and calorie intake or may have an energy-consuming effect.

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