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Never enough that's for sure.



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Straight water? Rarely, actually. But my fluid intake is still more than sufficient, and I've never suffered from dehydration. My body still gets all the water molecules it needs to function properly.



1-2 liters. I buy 20 bottles of Kroger sparkling water every 2 weeks. I usually drink 1 a day but sometimes 2. I only drink. Water,V8 and milk.



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I drink 1 can of Soda and then 1 flavor water I'm teary eyed thinking i need to increase sugar sometimes :'(



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Around a gallon, during Marathon, Ragnar, Iron Man season I'm closer to 1.5 gallons



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I drink a little more than a gallon everyday.



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Not enough right now, i do eat healthy but drink a lot of sugarfree soda or low callorie caffeine drinks.



Shadow1980 said:
Straight water? Rarely, actually. But my fluid intake is still more than sufficient, and I've never suffered from dehydration. My body still gets all the water molecules it needs to function properly.

Physicians will tell you that only pure water counts for the water intake.



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I have no idea but probably not enough. Usually I'm just not that thirsty...



DonFerrari said:

Physicians will tell you that only pure water counts for the water intake.

I've read differently:

https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/in-depth/water/art-20044256
https://www.livescience.com/61353-how-much-water-you-really-need-drink.html

Water is water. Your body doesn't care whether that H2O molecule comes from food, milk, tea, coffee, sports drinks, soda, or straight water (though the sugar in some drinks isn't good for you if consumed in excess, but that doesn't mean they don't keep you hydrated). If your body needed pure water to survive, I'd have been dead a long time ago.