It will do no good to lie. I try to get lots of fluids whose main ingredient is water. One cup of coffee, a bottle or two of vitamin water, some fruit juice with metimucil, a beer, a glass of wine, milk in my cereal... but pure, delicious water, probably only one glass a day. Tell me I should drink more, and maybe I will.
None, only coffee, juice and soda. A woman in a water drinking contest on the radio here (a few years ago) died from over-hydrating. I'm now afraid of water. I think they fired the DJs, btw.
60 ounces roughly if you let me count the fact that it is water with other stuff in it - it is diet soda. I usually have 3 20 ounce diet sodas a day and a glass of water, maybe to wash down the ibuprofen.
I would have to say that my water consumption varies based on what is happening on a particular day. On a typical day at work I probably drink around 2-3 liters (~9-13 cups) of water. However, yesterday I was outdoors most of the day doing work around the house. I must have drank at least 7 liters (~30 cups) of water that day and it was only 90 degrees outside!
As you can see, I like water! It tastes good.
It is a secret but you should drink 8-10 glass of water every day.
by thesingernurse6 years ago
How much coffee do you drink everyday?
by Dr. Zia Ahmed5 years ago
How many cup of tea you drink every day?Tea is one of the drink people like and drink, once I used to drink 10 to 15 cups once a day, now hardly one glass. My choice is tea with milk, what about you.
by thisisoli6 years ago
How much coffee is too much coffee?
by rutley3 years ago
Do you agree that coffee tastes better in a certain kind of cup?Plastic, paper or metal just don't cut it!
by AuthorSteve7 years ago
How much coffee do you drink during the day?
by thesingernurse4 years ago
How much water do you consume everyday?Do you stick to a certain amount?
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