In my first and recent post I described a thirty day water challenge I am going to do and progress my results for you guys. Though I havent officially started I have been trying to drink water more everyday and I can tell you I am pretty excited for this challenge. You hear about crazy diet fads and detoxes that you end up doing or spending money on that ultimately give little or no results. So far after about a week or just trying to drink more water in general I think the final results are going to be great!
Over the past week I have felt:
1. more energy – able to drink coffee because of it.
2. Less caffeine withdrawal headaches due to drinking less
3. Face looks a little more hydrated and fuller. Also, bags under my eyes dont seem as apparent.
Below is a before and after photo of a girl who did a similar challenge. Not as much daily water intake but for 30 days her skin looks great! Something I can already see in myself and also a “goal picture” to keep handy.
Looks like this water challenge will have a great outcome. I will be posting my first weeks before and after photos next week. Stay tuned!
For weeks I have been reading over the internet and being stunned by before and after pictures just from drinking water! People claim if you drink 3 liters of water a day your overall health, skin and energy improve dramatically. While some of the avid water drinkers are including exercise, foods to not eat, unhealthy drinks ect. I came across an article of a women with dramatic life changes without changing anything in her life other than drinking more water.
Being in college eating healthy, going to the guy and staying away from alcohol for most of us is pretty much impossible. You gain that freshman 15 and it seems to never go away.
This blog I will dedicate 30 days to drinking 120 oz of water a day (5 24oz water bottles). A little more than required but since I will not be eating differently, exercising more or changing daily habits, a little extra water cant hurt. I will be posting a weekly update on how I feel, look and overall thoughts. People, including myself, spend hundreds of dollars on crazy skin regimens, detox teas or organic food to feel a look better but I think many people forget the key to feeling and looking generally healthy is free, right from the faucet.