Losing Water Weight. Salt Water?

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Team 1 Trucker's Comment
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Actually, a little cider vinegar in water will help reduce leg cramps. For me, that’s a big plus.

Brett Aquila's Comment
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Actually, a little cider vinegar in water will help reduce leg cramps. For me, that’s a big plus.

The real question is why are you getting leg cramps? There's a reason, but it isn't because of a lack of cider vinegar. Your body is lacking something and the cider vinegar is making up for that somehow.

Terminal Rat ( aka...J's Comment
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Vinegar is actually good for you. It has probiotics and several other benefits. But we're talking maybe an ounce or two a day, not ounces per serving. LOL

I like pickles as a snack. I get my vinegar fix and they are basically no / low calorie and zero carbs.


RandyinNC's Comment
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I am not a driver yet... But did get my CDL permit today! Whooa!! Anyway, one go-to solution for me over the years has been a program that some of you may have heard of. It is the NHS Couch to 5K program. When I lose the weight, I have a bad habit of remembering where I lost it and putting it back on again! This program however, will get anyone - no matter what their weight is, running for 30 minutes straight within an 8-week period. Burning calories is key. The program only takes about 30 minutes every other day. Here is the link: https://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/c25k/Pages/couch-to-5k-plan.aspx

And of course a healthy diet. For that I would suggest you take a look at a video on Netflix called "forks over knives."

Hope you give it a look and good luck!


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