Weight loss is on the top of many Briton’s to-do lists in the early months of January.
Adding a simple glass of water to your morning meal alone can help with a “significant loss of body weight and fat over time” experts claimed.
Scientists at the Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute, Oakland, California, made the surprising findings.
They attempted to show the long-term effects of drinking water on body weight and composition.
The study included 173 women between 25 and 50-years-old who usually drank less than a litre of water a day.
These women added half a litre of water to their breakfast.
The study concluded that drinking the water had promoted weight loss in the women.
Drinking water is said to help you lose weight for various reasons.
Other studies have found that drinking half a litre of water burns an extra 23 calories, which translates to 2kg of fat over the year.
Eating more protein in your diet plan can help you lose weight, it has been claimed.
Low-carb high-protein diets have been shown in some clinical studies to help dieters with fast weight loss as the fat keeps them satiated for longer.
Some feel this gives them carte blanche to gorge on steaks and bacon, but according to a new study, this is not the best method to achieve weight loss.
The work, published in the journal Food and Nutrition Research found that proteins from vegetables fill people up better than proteins from meat and other animal products.
Joe Wicks, also known as the Body Coach, exclusively revealed to Express.co.uk his top tip to lose weight.
The curly-haired Briton, who keeps his 2 million Instagram followers updated, has devised The 90 Day Plan, which he claims has transformed followers.
He said there is one simple habit that will help you shed the pounds.