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Table of Contents:
- Are collard greens naturally salty?
- Does drinking a gallon of water make you gain weight?
- What Will drinking a gallon of water a day do?
- How do you know if you had too much water?
- Is too much water bad for your kidneys?
Are collard greens naturally salty?
And...don't forget, Collard Greens are HIGH in Potassium Chloride and thus taste "salty" all by themselves. Infact cooking greens (most have the same characteristic) will impart a slight saltiness to plain water when boiled.
Does drinking a gallon of water make you gain weight?
The easy answer is yes - drinking water does affect weight significantly enough to be seen on a scale immediately. Usually, in a 24 hour period, you will cycle through this process of gaining water weight and losing water weight and have either a net loss or stable weight for the day.
What Will drinking a gallon of water a day do?
No matter your typical energy level, better hydration could be the answer. In fact, fatigue and low energy are two of the most immediate symptoms of insufficient water intake. Drinking a gallon of water each day may help you sustain your energy and even sleep better at night.
How do you know if you had too much water?
One sign of overhydration or water intoxication is a feeling of confusion or disorientation. This is linked to falling levels of electrolytes, such as sodium, in the body. In extreme cases, drinking too much water and lowering the sodium concentration in your blood can cause your brain to swell dangerously.
Is too much water bad for your kidneys?
When you drink too much water, your kidneys can't get rid of the excess water. The sodium content of your blood becomes diluted. This is called hyponatremia and it can be life-threatening.
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