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Hello again, and welcome to another installment of SELF.com’s weight-loss myth busters. Previous topics have ranged from whether strength training or cardio burns more calories to the sad-but-true fact that, no, drinking red wine every day doesn’t magically make you weigh less, and whether spiking your H2O with lemon can really help you shed pounds. We poured cold water on that last idea, but now it’s time to discuss that cold water itself—specifically, whether downing an icy glass of the stuff actually helps you burn more calories than you would if you went for a room temperature pour. And actually, the answer is yes, it does. But not as much as it may seem.
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