How to Shed Massive Weight

January 07, 2020
by Kevin RR Williams

Science does not support the notion of remark­able weight loss by typical waste elimina­tion.

Do We Sweat It Off?

It might appear that dieters lose significant weight through perspiration. The revered reward for high intensity workouts is being drenched with sweat. It is true that perspiration weighs something. However, the weight of fluid depletion is quickly regained by drinking water or beverages with electrolytes soon after workouts. This does not mean perspiration is without benefits. Sweating regulates body temperature, helps keep your skin and hair healthy, and is a good indicator of workout intensity. But do not confuse this popular biomechanical dehydration with significant fat burning.

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Kevin Williams is a health advocate and writer of hundreds of articles for multiple websites, including: A Bit More Healthy, KevinMD, and Sue’s Nutrition Buzz.