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Addressing the myths: Weight management tips with Dr. Ryan Singerman (Myth No. 10)

Last Modified: August 17, 2023

Diseases & Disorders, Family Medicine


In an effort to dispel some of the misleading information out there regarding healthy, lasting weight loss, Ryan Singerman, DO, PPG - Weight Management & Bariatric Surgery, has been setting the record straight, one myth at a time. In this installment, he takes on the belief that drinking a certain amount of water will help people lose weight. Is there really a magic number of ounces for the desired results? See what he says about fluids and fat loss.

More in the series

Catch up on these helpful videos from Dr. Singerman, and see what he has to say about myths 1 through 9:

Myth No. 1 - I’m not eating enough to lose weight

Myth No. 2 - I can exercise my way to weight loss

Myth No. 3 - BMI is the best way to measure my health

Myth No. 4 - I heard these supplements will help me lose weight

Myth No. 5 – I can’t lose weight because of my hormones

Myth No. 6 – I’m overweight, but I’m healthy

Myth No. 7 – I can sculpt six-pack abs with the right workout

Myth No. 8 – I can quit smoking without losing weight

Myth No. 9 – I can sweat out extra weight

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