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Lose up to 5 kilos in a month, on a beer-based diet?

an easy method to lose weight

Internet is the place for tips and advices, it seems that you can lose weight quickly, while enjoying it? After the wine diet became popular, now it is the time for another of your favorite drinks: beer.

Drinking beer is good for your health. Not only does it help prevent heart disease by being a source of minerals, vitamins, fiber, potassium and magnesium, but it also helps to delay aging and shine your hair, but how does it help us lose weight?

Every time you drink beer you inevitably have to go to the bathroom in a matter of a few minutes. This is due to its diuretic properties, which will help you lose weight if you are retaining fluids but also burning calories.

To fulfill the promise of losing up to 5 kilos in a month, you must drink 500 ml of beer as cold as possible every day, almost frozen. The rest of the day you should eat normally, without abusing fat or carbohydrates and that's it. You have a quick, delicious, easy and effective solution to lose weight.

This method works because, based on the laws of thermodynamics, the intake of 500 ml of beer at 0ºC every day would imply an expenditure of 18,500 calories in our body to raise 500 grams of this drink from 0º to 37º.

In other words, our body will burn calories by raising the temperature of the beer to our body temperature without limiting ourselves in meals or making physical efforts, because only with a glass you can burn many more calories than exercising.

Although this method would seem like really effective, the real answer here is to NOT try it. It is important to remember that beer is an alcoholic beverage that should be consumed in moderation and although it has many benefits, it is not advisable to drink it on a daily basis.

500 ml of beer provide about 200 kilocalories, that is, 200,000 calories. Although the measurement is correct and you burn 18,500 calories with a cold glass of beer, the energy balance remains positive.

But just in case... cheers!

*Source Cultura Colectiva.

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