It's funny that you claim you're a 'health professional' yet you say that you prefer common sense over peer reviewed facts, and prefer the opinions of doctors named after comic book heroes. I'm done feeding you troll.
Because the OP is talking about salt intake. Not drinking water.
Up to 22 now, took 18 days of ignite. Keep in mind there are some contributing factors here: 1) I am a pedestrian commuter
2) I am lazy and don't really like to cook or go out shopping so I may be under eating a bit
This is a community board. I would email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your source isn't peer reviewed. In case you missed it in High School: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...
Your response is full of conjecture. Instead if you want to put up that much text, link some scholarly articles that support your argument. Here's one that refutes yours: http://physrev.physiology.org...
I get this too. To stave off the extreme hunger cravings I eat a pound of lean ground beef with some hot sauce that has been checked against the evil 6 every few days.
Not really, considering salt can give you high blood pressure, I tend to monitor the sodium content in my diet and make it a point not to add any.
I have lost 20 pounds just doing ignite and extra exercise.
Well I got four more days on my ignite phase, and from just doing the diet and not watching any exercise videos, I have lost 20 pounds and 3 inches off my waist. However, the weight loss seems to have plateaued and it seems I won't be getting away any longer without exercise if I want to beat my overweight bmi/obesity; currently (30.1 BMI).
Twice a day, crazy but I see 3-4 pound changes depending on how much activity I do and how much I eat.
If you are following ignite, you could introduce those after the first 21 days on the points system.
You could try seltzer water, the carbonation gives you that filling feeling without the guilt of eating out of diet.
Should be able to thru the internet browser but a bit slower (may stop and buffer lots) than thru a smartphone hooked up to your TV.
I'm sure I could do it through the discover feature if my quads could handle it. But as of right now I still have limited range of motion and am still in a lot of pain anytime I take a seat or get up or use stairs - that's what I get for taking a year break from the gym...