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umm... no idea? I've never counted/measured. Wouldn't really even be able to either. I constantly have a partially full 2L bottle of water in my fridge that I drink from and then partially refill (it gets cold quicker with less in there). Water is my main drink though, so a decent amount, maybe?



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S.Peelman said:
If you count tea, which you should, then plenty. I'll also drink plain water but less than tea. You shouldn't count coffee though.

Why count 1 gross poop coloured liquid and not another?



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Ka-pi96 said:
S.Peelman said:
If you count tea, which you should, then plenty. I'll also drink plain water but less than tea. You shouldn't count coffee though.

Why count 1 gross poop coloured liquid and not another?

Tea's not gross.

But more seriously, tea is basically just warm water, which is even better than cold water because it gets absorbed into your body more easily, while the ingredients of coffee are actually hindering your absorbance of the water that's in it. Coffee is basically negative, because it takes water away; it dehydrates. This is also why fancy restaurants, or really any self-respecting one in the Mediterranean, provides you with a glass of plain water on the side if you order a cup of coffee.



Farsala said:
DonFerrari said:
About 3 to 4 liters a day

That (4 liters) is about how much I drink in a single week, maybe a bit more.

Well besides health concerns my doctor demands I take that amount also to help water flow so I don't accumulate (water retention) it and damp my physical look.

Another professional gave a very good tip. The amount of water you need to take is one that every time you go do pee after the first one after waking up the urine should be transparent, if it isn't them you aren't taking enough water.



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S.Peelman said:
Ka-pi96 said:

Why count 1 gross poop coloured liquid and not another?

Tea's not gross.

But more seriously, tea is basically just warm water, which is even better than cold water because it gets absorbed into your body more easily, while the ingredients of coffee are actually hindering your absorbance of the water in it. Coffee is basically negative, because it takes water away. This is also why fancy restaurants, or really self-respecting one in the Mediterranean, provides you with a glass of plain water on the side if you order a cup of coffee.

It most definitely is gross! And I say that as a British person :O

Self-respecting restaurants (especially in the Med) should be giving you a glass of wine!



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Ka-pi96 said:
S.Peelman said:

Tea's not gross.

But more seriously, tea is basically just warm water, which is even better than cold water because it gets absorbed into your body more easily, while the ingredients of coffee are actually hindering your absorbance of the water in it. Coffee is basically negative, because it takes water away. This is also why fancy restaurants, or really self-respecting one in the Mediterranean, provides you with a glass of plain water on the side if you order a cup of coffee.

It most definitely is gross! And I say that as a British person :O

Self-respecting restaurants (especially in the Med) should be giving you a glass of wine!

Heh, well I can't argue with that.



1-1.5lt daily, give or take. Mostly during evening hours.
I used to drink much more but I cut it back ever since I stopped excercising due to a herniated disc.
Im a coffee machine now.



Somewhere between 4-6 liters a day.



I constantly drink about 1.5 to 2 liter water a day. Water (without carbonic acid) is my most favourite drink since I'm a 10-year-old. I drink ionized water for about 11 years now.