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How Many Pounds of Water Weight Can I Lose in a Week?
JACOBS UPDATED ON JULY 19, 2017
Your body is composed of numerous substances, but nothing is more fundamental and pervasive as water. It plays a role in many of the body’s basic functions. The percentage of water in your body changes daily, confusing many people who are trying to lose weight. Big drops on the scale during the first week or two of a diet are due in large part to the loss of water. After initial weight loss, water loss slows down.
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Water exists throughout your body, from your brain to your toes and everywhere in between. According to Dr. Jeffrey Utz, a neuroscientist and pediatrician from Allegheny University, about 60 percent of an adult male body and 55 percent of an adult female body is water. Women generally carry more weight as fat — which is 50 percent water, compared to muscle, which is 75 percent water.
Why Water Matters
The amount of water in your body fluctuates throughout the day, depending upon consumption and excretion through urine and perspiration. You need to consume at least 6 to 7 cups — 48 to 56 ounces — of water a day to carry out the integral functions of the body. Water helps transport molecules through the blood, lubricates joints, regulates body temperature, protects tissues and aids in waste and toxin elimination. In addition, water is the final byproduct of cellular respiration.
It’s possible to lose as much as 20 pounds of body weight during one week, most of which is water. This water weight loss, however, will only occur during the first week or two of a new diet or exercise regimen. You may lose very little water in subsequent weeks — a few pounds at most — and you may even gain some of that water back.
Water loss is accelerated at the beginning of a diet because the body sheds excess stored water, for example, in glycogen. Glycogen is a carbohydrate in the liver and muscles. When the body needs a quick infusion of energy, it turns to these stores. The human body can store about 400 grams of glycogen, but for each gram of glycogen, there are three additional grams of water stored with it. This represents 1,600 combined grams of glycogen and water, which equates 3.5 pounds.
Knowing What to Expect
Many people confuse fat loss with weight loss. After a fast jump start during the first week of a diet, when water weight is quickly shed, it can be frustrating when weight loss slows down. But due to the constant fluctuation of water, it is actually possible to lose fat but gain weight. Expect weight loss to slow down. Just remember that after the initial phase of a diet, further losses represent more fat loss.
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Can You Lose Inches & Not Pounds?
LYNNE SHELDON UPDATED ON JULY 19, 2017
With regular exercise you may discover you’ve dropped a clothing size without losing any weight. It’s possible to tone your muscles and lose inches but not pounds. Often times your overall body composition, as opposed to how much you weigh, is a better indicator of your level of fitness .
When you start strength-training regularly, your muscles grow and you may actually begin to gain weight. It may be because you have gained more muscle while losing fat. Muscle tissue weighs more than fatty tissue, so you may lose inches while toning but not lose pounds. Your weight may not change but you may see a visible difference in muscle tone and the overall shape of your body.
A weight-loss plateau occurs when you stop losing pounds despite the fact that you have not made any changes to your diet or exercise routine. You may, however, continue to lose inches as your muscle mass increases, though your weight will stay the same. If you have not yet reached a healthy weight and need to keep losing pounds, consult your doctor for suggestions.
You can lose both inches and body weight through exercise alone, but that requires you to expend more calories than you consume. You will need to eliminate 3,500 calories to lose 1 pound of fat. Start paying attention to what you eat each day, and write it down in a food diary. Once you know how much you are eating, you will be able to make the necessary changes to cut calories and begin dropping pounds.
As your muscles grow and become stronger, you will need to either exercise more often or at a greater intensity to keep losing both inches and pounds. You can work out 10 minutes longer each day or start lifting heavier weights. Changing up your workout variables — speed, intensity, frequency — can help keep your muscles challenged so your fitness progress doesn’t stall.