Water and Weight Loss From Thin and Slender, the Liver, Kidneys and Water Play a Major Roll
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Burning excess fat is a job that is supposed to be done by your liver. If your liver is not doing it’s work it could simply be the result of not giving your kidneys enough good clean waster. Metabolising fat is actually something that the liver does when it converts stored fat to energy. Weight loss is primarily the result of our liver converting stored fat into usable energy. This process not only requires sufficient water intake’ but can be greatly accelerated by consuming an abundance of clean’ healthy water. The liver has other functions too, but this is its main job.
The liver’s secondary job is to support the kidneys when they need help flushing our bodies. The kidneys need plenty of water to work properly and at high efficiency. If you are not providing your kidneys enough water, the liver can get so wrapped up in helping them out that is own function of burning fat takes second fiddle. Then the fat burning productivity of the kidneys is compromised. Meaning they are not burning fat at the rate they could be, or should be. Result: Weight Gain!
If the liver is busy doing the work of the kidneys then it can’t metabolize fat as quickly or efficiently as it could when the kidneys were working properly. By depriving your body of the water it needs, your liver will begin to slow its’ process of converting fat to energy. Your body will begin to store fat. Your body will try and store this fat as far from your major organs as possible. Collecting around your middle, under your chin, at your thighs and so on and so on.
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