Drinking Water Is Associated With Weight Loss in Overweight Dieting Women Independent of Diet and Activity

@article{Stookey2008DrinkingWI,
  title={Drinking Water Is Associated With Weight Loss in Overweight Dieting Women Independent of Diet and Activity},
  author={Jodi D. Stookey and Florence Constant and Barry M. Popkin and Christopher D. Gardner},
  journal={Obesity},
  year={2008},
  volume={16}
}
BACKGROUND Data from short-term experiments suggest that drinking water may promote weight loss by lowering total energy intake and/or altering metabolism. [...] Key MethodMETHODS AND PROCEDURES Secondary analyses were conducted on data from the Stanford A TO Z weight loss intervention on 173 premenopausal overweight women (aged 25-50 years) who reported <1 l/day drinking water at baseline.Expand
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