Q&A: Epsom salts for weight loss?

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Question by One Love <3: Epsom salts for weight loss?
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Answer by okiedokiesarah
salt usually makes you retain water which makes you gain weight…

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7 Responses to “Q&A: Epsom salts for weight loss?”

  1. hwright83 writes:

    Epsom salt can be used as a laxative when you drink it. I suppose that’s how people would lose weight by using it, although I don’t know how healthy that is…

  2. nawtee girl writes:

    Epsom salt for dieting.. never heard of it.. this would be interesting to see who’ve tried it.?? i thought it was used for soaking in baths and soaking your feet ?.. and not to as human consumption

  3. To Mo writes:

    Epsom salts are a powerful laxative. You’ll lose weight from that effect, if you know what I mean.

  4. auntb93 writes:

    Epsom salts can cause diarrhea, which can cause you to lose weight because you are SICK, sweetie! Abusing laxatives has the same result. It is not worth it, believe me! Lose weight by being more active, not by making yourself so sick you cannot get the exercise you need. That’s self-defeating.

  5. stressed and hypertensive writes:

    Not a very good way to lose weight. The weight loss is not loss of fat. This is a temporary thing that will make you lose weight just for the sake of losing weight. It doesn’t do you any good.

  6. Dee writes:

    When I was in highschool one of the wrestlers died by cutting weight with salt. This wrestler filled the bathtub with warm water and alot of salt. He sat in the tub drawing the water out of he body.

    He lost something like 10 pounds in just water. Then next day while wrestling he collapsed and was rushed to the hospital where he died of sevire dehidration.

    If that is what you have in mind, dont do it. Loosing weight like that is only temporary as it is all water weight anyway. You should get your diet and excersize in order.

  7. crazycanuck7901 writes:

    Since salts hold water, but epsom salts can cause diahrhea, that means you are only losing water weight, which you would put back on in a meal or two. I would instead focus on keeping your diet to 10% fat, and the rest split 55% protein and the rest carbs. Complex, not simple such as sugar.

    You want to do cardio about 3-5 times a week, 55-75% of your MHR (220-your age). Mix it up, swimming, jogging, cycling. Take a “spinning” class, they burn a ton of calories and are great for t he legs. Your local YMCA or Ballys or 24hours fitness, should have them. Watch what you eat, high energy food, fruit and vegies, complex carbs.

    Exercise, abduction/adduction works outter and inner thighs respectively (abduction means leg away, adduction means leg towards) do squats with your legs together, heel kicks to work your glutes.

    I would be glad to give you more advice if you want.

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