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OK I know that some people have said I drink too much water. I tend to "glow" - A LOT. I live in South Africa and I have always sweated a lot. I have always taking in a lot of water to compensate.
Many of you may have noticed that I was a teeny bit unhappy because it seemed like I had put on weight during my intense exercise slash eating healthy do.
I drink on average 3L of water a day (I live in SA, which is hotter - take into consideration).
However, last night I went for a 10km run. I weighed myself before the run and then after the run and lost 3.5kgs.
I ran 10kms this morning and am down another 1.5 kgs.
The total water loss then from last night and today is around 3.5 - 4kgs.
How on earth can I retain that much water? I am wheat intolerant, so I don't eat wheat - at all. I have stopped adding salt to my diet. I only cook my food from scratch - nothing is bought as a ready-meal.
How I do I stop the water retention? Drink less?