Hi folks, One website suggested drinking 8 glasses of water PLUS one extra glass per 25LB you intend to lose. They expressed this water is important to flush out Ketones. My question: Does drinking more water cause the body to flush out more ketones hence the body is forced to generate new ketones for energy? OR the water just helps rinse the kidneys from ketones? I understand if the body is short on water it tends to slow down metabolism. But that's independent of what am seeking an answer for. To reiterate: If the body has produced lots of Ketones and they are being used for energy. Drinking lots of water causes us to urinate or sweat; does that mean we are flushing out the to-be-used ketones hence the body needs to break down more fat for energy? Thanks, J.