Sassy water is named after its creator Cynthia Sass and is usually associated with the flat belly diet. Works however name sassy water for more than one reason. This is more than just water. Anyone who has applied for weight loss help know the old maxim of drinking eight glasses of water. Sassy water give the task some zing, soothe your gastrointestinal tract, making it easy to determine if you finish your goal for the day
8 cups water plus a little (2 liters).
1 teaspoon grated ginger.
1 cucumber, peeled and thinly sliced.
1 lemon, very thinly sliced.
A dozen or so small mint leaves.
Mix all ingredients in a large pitcher AT NIGHT.
Sassy water is an easy way to increase weight loss as part of a weight loss system. Help yourself by adding this mixture to your daily routine. Before going to bed, slice of lemon and cucumber, grate the ginger and cut off some fresh mint leaves. Put everything in the same container and stir slightly.
LA mixture to SET Overnight in refrigerator.
Any weight loss system is partly about discipline and routine. This part of the routine is easy. . . just let it sit. If you get it done the night before, will the flavors mix overnight, and the drink will be cold, refreshing and ready to go the next day.
DRINK THE ENTIRE Pitcher BEFORE BED.
A weight loss system always begins with a principle (drink 8 glasses), ducks moving through discipline (practices), but always in the execution. . . nothing helps if you do not. The container makes it easy to keep track of your water intake. If you drink it, you drink it. Some people prefer to strain out the water before drinking to remove rinds and grain that is not absorbed.
See more tips related to Sassy Water and Flat Belly Diet below.
Tips and Warnings
Eat more often during the day with small healthy portions to allow for easier digestion.
This weight loss system is designed to increase hydration, reduce bloating, flatter stomach.
As a result, avoid foods that naturally causes bloating for you.
Be mild physical activity after each meal to remove air from GI.