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MAGGIEVAN SparkPoints: (145,337)
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7/28/12 6:13 A

For sure!

TAMANI2 Posts: 1,005
7/27/12 8:28 P

yes

GOLFINSUNSHINE Posts: 247
7/26/12 9:31 P

thanks for the question - i've been wondering...

TELFERS01 SparkPoints: (28,136)
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7/23/12 7:30 A

no

DONNACFIT SparkPoints: (72,868)
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7/23/12 12:18 A

Yes, I think so...

TAMANI2 Posts: 1,005
7/22/12 11:54 P

yes

CSROBERTSON621 SparkPoints: (81,026)
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7/14/12 6:38 P

Technically, yes, you CAN drink too much water, though it is not that easy to do:

http://www.scientificamerican.com/articl
e.cfm?id=strange-but-true-drinking-too
-much-water-can-kill

If your nine glasses a day seems plenty to you, it probably is. (Seems well within reason to me.) I try to stay hydrated myself, but I don't force myself to drink much more than I really want.

SHAR261 Posts: 39
7/14/12 6:01 P

This question was sparked when I was reading the topic 'Can I count my tea as water?" message board. A member drinks 15 8 oz glasses of water a day (120 oz) which is half of her weight of 240. Is this a good guideline, providing one has no medical issues? Just wondering - I drink at least 9 glasses of only water daily - don't think I could drink anymore. I also drink lemonade, tea, milk, & coffee from time to time in addition to the water. emoticon

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