The first step is to drink more water when it comes to losing weight. Water makes you feel fuller with less food, but it also boosts the number of calories expended for at least an hour after you drink it.
One study that involved overweight children discovered a 25% increase in resting energy expenditure (calories burned while doing nothing) after drinking cold water. In a study of overweight women, scientists discovered that increasing water consumption to more than 1 liter per day resulted in an extra 4.4 pounds of weight loss over a year.
Some people are losing weight by drinking lemon water for water, but it’s not the drink itself that makes the difference. It’s whether the drink substitutes for something high in sugar, such as soda, high sweet coffee, or juice. On the other hand, Lemon is a moderate natural diuretic that can help with abdominal fat reduction.
Like all citrus fruits, lemons are high in vitamin C, which aids fat metabolism at the cellular level. C is essential for transporting and mobilizing fatty acids inside cells for energy production.