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    Warm vs Cold Water

    I drink a ton of water each day and am very curious as to what the benefits are of cold water compared to not cold water. Often times I find myself drinking not warm, but not cold water because i can chug it and drink a ton of it at a time. I don't understand how the temperature would make it any more beneficial..
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    cold water takes more energy for the body to heat it up before it can digest it. Warm water doesnt need that step.

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    It's probably a one calorie process. Nothing to base your cutting diet around
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    Quote Originally Posted by musclepump
    It's probably a one calorie process. Nothing to base your cutting diet around
    lol, yeah, well to be technical 1.5 calories

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    Quote Originally Posted by thajeepster
    lol, yeah, well to be technical 1.5 calories
    oh, fuck... well in that case, ice up all your water!
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    yep cold water is better. Uses extra energy to warm it
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    Quote Originally Posted by kkschaef
    yep cold water is better. Uses extra energy to warm it
    I donĀ“t see you having a problem to warm water. You are hot.





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    One calorie raises one gram of water one degree celcius. But I'm not sure if that a large or small calorie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XcelKrush
    One calorie raises one gram of water one degree celcius. But I'm not sure if that a large or small calorie.
    You mean a calorie is the amount of heat necessary to elevate the temperature of 1 gram of water in 1 celsius ?

    But what do you wanna mean?

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