And according to another new study.
drinking more water could help both you and your children
The study conducted by the University of Illinois
at Urbana-Champaign found numerous dietary benefits
to drinking more water.
The study looked at more than 18-thousand adults in
the U-S and found that if you increase your daily
water by as little as 1-percent.
it'll help reduce your daily calorie intake.
Dietitians also say drinking water more consistently
can help you recognize if you're actually hungry.
Drinking more water just overall improves your health,
it makes you feel healthier, which, in turn, helps
you to recognize your hunger and fullness better.
Gundersen Dietitians say you should drink more water
throughout the day rather than just during meals to
get the most benefit.