 Here we are going to show you how to calculate how much water you will need to boost your metabolism because it varies with differences in weight. It depends of people because the same quantity of water is not recommended for everybody and we will show you how to stimulate the quantity of water you should to enter. -Step 1: Find the most accurate number that depicts your weight, if the scale shows a decimal, round your weight down if it is .4 or lower and up if it is .5 or higher.

-Step 2: Divide your weight in half, if the result is a decimal, round either up or down depending on the number. This result is the amount of water required for your body. For example, 201 pounds divided by 2 equals 100.5, which you would then round to 101 ounces.

-Step 3: Determine how much activity you exert yourself in. This should correlate with your water intake. As we exercise, we expel water constantly through the workout. For every 30 minutes of exercise, add 16 ounces of water.

-Step 4: Add the numbers gathered in steps 2 and 3.

• Weight: 201 pounds
• 201 divided by 2 equals 101 ounces
• 30 minutes of exercise equals 16 ounces, as rounded
• 101 ounces plus the 16 ounces equals 117 ounces which is essentially 10-12 ounce glasses of water.