Truthfully, how much water do you actually drink in a day?
I've been trying to quit drinking sodas, but Dr. Pepper has proven to be a clever addiction, finding me at all places and hours. I'm interested to know how much water we all drink daily.
Personally, my water intake is a function of water availability and thirst. I have to thirsty at the time when water is there, for me to drink it. I guess it's not that healthy of a set-up, but yeah.
Like many people, not enough. I aim for 6 - 8 glasses per day but sometimes I do well to get to three.
Must try harder
I drink anywhere from 3 glasses to 8 depending on activity. I don't drink soda anymore at all. I suggest getting some sparkling water like pellegrino and see if the bubbles trick your mouth into a soda feeling. Also substituting some juice into your diet might help with the sugar addiction.
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