Water makes up 60-70% of our body functions. There are processes which support water excretion (like peeing and pooping) but certain foods you eat could also lead to water retention, courtesy, the carbs and sodium levels in them.
Carbs and sodium are stored in the body for energy, in the form of glycogen. These nutrients can seldom attract the water present outside your cell linings and cause “swelling”. Now, think of all the times you eat loads of fried stuff with high sodium content and how they made you feel bloated and heavy.
While the water weight differs from one person to another, it is said that on an average, a person carries 2-5 kilos of water weight. They are also the first kilos you slash in any weight loss journey, especially when you adopt a low-carb diet. In fact, diet experts say that up to 70% loss in the first week is due to the water content you are losing out on.
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