You Are Not Fat: You Have “POO” Trapped In Your Colon And Find Out How To Get Rid Of It Instantly

This miscommunication has been around for decades. Instead think about 2 key areas of advice: First, drink when you are thirsty and second your urine should not be clear.

The ‘‘drink 8 glasses a day’ advice comes from a study that has been mis-reported over and over again.

It was for the US military and concluded that ‘a human needs on average 2.5 litres of water per day.’ What was also in the same report but not promoted was ‘this can be adequately covered by food intake’

Highlights and Facts

Water is essential to survival — use these facts to figure out if you need to increase your intake or feel reassured that you’re drinking enough.

Water is not only to quench your thirst but it’s for overall health. Health issues like overweight, water will be on the rescue.

Drinking water won’t specifically trigger weight loss, but it can aid in the process. Water replaces other calorie-laden beverages in the diet, causing you to reduce your overall number of calories. Plus, it can make you feel fuller, so you may eat less at each meal.

Water, particularly cold water, may even play a role in increasing your metabolism. “A new study seems to indicate that drinking water actually speeds up weight loss,” says Tanya Zuckerbrot, MS, RD, owner of Tanya Zuckerbrot Nutrition, LLC, in New York City. “Researchers in Germany found that subjects of the study increased their metabolic rates [or the rate at which calories are burned] by 30 percent after drinking approximately 17 ounces of water.”

Though water doesn’t necessarily neutralize toxins, the kidneys do use water to get rid of certain waste products. If you don’t drink enough water, your kidneys don’t have the amount of fluid they need to do their job properly. “If the body does not have sufficient water, then metabolic wastes will not be removed as efficiently as they should,” explains Amy Hess-Fischl, RD, CDE, of the University of Chicago Kovler Diabetes Center. “In essence, the body would be holding in toxins instead of expelling them, as is required for proper health.”

Surprising Secret On How To Get Rid Of The Toxins Trapped In Your Body and To Lose Weight

Sassy water is spruced up water named by Prevention magazine in honor of its inventor Cynthia Sass, who created it for the "Flat Belly Diet". It's water with a vibe, and it tastes a great deal better than ordinary water. As well as having almost no calories, calms your digestion and full packed health benefits.

Sassy water is easy to prepare, and so much healthier than drinking sugary water. Below is the recipe on how to make sassy water.


2 liters water (8½ cups; preferably boiled or filtered)
1 medium cucumber, peeled and thinly sliced
1 average-size lemon, thinly sliced
12 fresh spearmint leaves (or 1 teaspoon dried mint)
1 teaspoon of ginger root
6 cups ice (optional)

Slice and seed the ingredients, then combine them all in a large pitcher, stir and leave overnight for all flavors to blend. Strain the water in the morning. For best results, you should drink the entire pitcher in one single day, during or after the three main meals. In the meantime, the water is stored in a refrigerator. Make a fresh pitcher every day, at least over the course of four days.

The ingredients have very little caloric intake; the cucumber and lemon are natural diuretics, while the spearmint and ginger relieve bloating and soothe your gastro-intestinal tract. The ginger will also boost your metabolism.

This sasay water has its crazy effect, it will surely detoxify your body and help you to loss weight easily. Only you just need to make sure that along drinking this sassy water you need to be physically active, you will need to tweak your lifestyle in order to get the best results; for example, watch your food portions and walk daily in addition to drinking the water.

Important Note:

This sassy water will have you to go to the bathroom more often given all the water you are taking in. Caution for Pregnant and breast feeding women should avoid drinking sassy water, as should people with sensitive stomachs or with allergies to any of the ingredients; if you are unsure, seek advice to your doctor first.