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Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Want Bigger Breasts? Drink! Drink! Drink! (Part 2)

...Continuing from Part 1...so how much is "more water" and "enough water"?

There seems to be no exact amount scientifically proven, however, the most common saying is to "drink 8 glasses of water a day".

This is just a general guideline, and the amount could change depending on your weight, physical activities, the place of your residence (sweat more/less), your sodium intake, the size of your drinking glass, etc.

One important factor that indicates you're not drinking enough water: the color of your urine.

(Hey, this is important, don't say Ewww! and make a face!!!)

If it's pale yellowish, it means you're drinking enough. But if it's darker yellow to even orange-ish...you need to drink more water!

You can read more about your urine color here (from WebMD).

Towards the end of this post, it says to not "feel as though you have to adhere to the eight-glasses-a-day recommendation" and to only "drink whenever you're thirsty".

If I may say something about that...if you really listened to your body, you will end up drinking at least eight, 8-ounce glasses of water! Also, whenever I felt thirsty years ago, I drank everything but water. Reach for water!

I now carry around a water bottle to track my daily intake of water.

When I first started this, I thought there was no way I could finish a bottle of water. No matter how much I drank, it seemed endless. Now I can easily finish a bottle, usually a bottle and a half, and sometimes even two bottles! And this is on top of drinking sparkling water during meals, milk here and there, a bit of coconut juice from time to time.

After some time, I started noticing that I'm actually thirsty quite frequently, and that I used to ignore my bodily cues for wanting more water.

Going back to your dry skin from Part 1...once you start drinking more water, in a month or two time, you will start to notice that you are less dry all over your body, and that you are moisturized from inside out! I am no longer itchy or cracked, and my skin care is down to very minimum and yet the make-up goes on smoothly. :)

Ample water, good blood circulation, smooth skin, BOOBS! :D

A single tip on drinking water: drink little by little throughout the day, instead of gulping down a glass or two at once.

A trivial fact about drinking lots of water: my husband who drinks an insane amount of water every day (like at least 3 of the bottles I am using for myself, as well as multiple cups of herbal tea and sparkling water) has the softest skin and lips without any moisturizer. To my amazement, he also has the smoothest and prettiest feet I have ever seen or touched, even though he runs around and plays soccer!

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