Epsom Salts, Water And A Lemon – Is It Weight Loss Safe?

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Question by Sabrina: Epsom Salts, Water And A Lemon – Is It Weight Loss Safe?
Actually i read a user say on this site once that dissolving epsom salt with water and then drinking it and afterwards sucking on a lemo helps you lose weight because you lose most of the water in your body.. sumthing like that. Now i read about Epsom salt and i dunno what to believe.
Is it even safe? And does it even work?

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Answer by toxicneonhamster
dude…i’ve tried all kinds of crazy fad diets..and sure it works but it doesn’t stay off and you gain it really quickly. you shouldn’t be worrying about water weight…but instead trying to lose the fat. just eat well and exercise there’s no miracle.

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4 Responses to “Epsom Salts, Water And A Lemon – Is It Weight Loss Safe?”

  1. RickinAlaska writes:

    Epsom salt is a laxative. And as we all know…that’s not a healthy way to lose weight. The truth is, there is no magic bullet to lose weight. The only way to lose weight is to burn more calories than you intake. Period.

  2. sissybug writes:

    Epsom Salts is NOT FOR CONSUMPTION

  3. rockstarprincess writes:

    not safe…and losing water weight is fake weight loss, a total waste of time, because its very temporary.

  4. Pantera writes:

    Water is a vital part of your body. Drinking epsom salts is a very unhealthy thing to do! Losing water isn’t losing weight, it’s losing life. Sure, you’ll shed a few pounds but you’ll also feel awful, be dehydrated and gain it right back again. If you keep doing it you’ll be slowly killing yourself. It will also prevent any nutrition you eat from being absorbed into your body. If you want to lose weight you need to lose fat and increase muscle mass. Losing water by drinking salts isn’t smart and definitely not safe! I am glad you are asking.

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