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Drink 100 Oz Of Water A Day
yes: 2 gallons or 7 liters is excessive water intake in most cases. If you do not have kidney stones then this much water intake is not recommended. You can develop water toxicity, electrolyte problems, increased blood pressure etc. 2-3 l /day is adequate water intake for most individuals. ...Read more
I drink approximately 96 oz of water daily and about 16oz of coconut water. It's been recommended by a few different doctors to drink more water?
Sounds like a lot: That's 14 cups of water, which sounds like a lot already! ...Read more
Fluid intake: "The Institute of Medicine sets general guidelines for total water intake. It recommends that women consume a total of 91 ounces (that’s about 2.7 liters) per day – from all food and beverages combined. For men, it’s about 125 ounces a day (or 3.7 liters). Depending on your diet, about 25% of the water you consume comes from your food. " REF: http://www.doctoroz.com/blog/leigh-vinocur-md-facep/ho ...Read more
Water intake: http://www.mayoclinic.org/water/art-20044256 according to mayo clinic, in a temperate climate a woman’s adequate intake (ai) is about 2.2 liters of water per day. However more fluid is needed if you are exercising, losing fluid through illness or in a hot climate. ...Read more
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Is 4 16.9 oz bottles of water a day too much water? I drink this every day and sometimes more every single day.
Why?: Why are you drinking water? There is no real benefit, unless you suffer from kidney stones. If you are physically active and live in a warm climate, you may need a lot of water to replace sweat losses. The best guide to water intake is your thirst. Listen to your body. ...Read more
I've recently started drinking plenty of water (8 - 12 glasses of water daily), 1- 2 oatmeals daily, a sandwich or pasta for dinner. Is that healthy?
Eat a balanced diet: The amount of water you drink is dictated by thirst. You do not need to drink more than 4-5 glasseswater/day...Anything over will only make you run to urinals.As for food get a good balance between starches(carbohydertes), proteins and fat.. The goal is to have a healthy weight and get adequate amount of proteins, besides starches and pasta. The sources of proteins are eggs/ nuts/, soy/tofu/fish. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I drink about 85-100 oz of water a day plus 32 oz of dr pepper. Will this cause electrolyte imbalance?
Dr. Pepper : As long as your also eating and not just living off dr. Pepper and water and as long as you have normal functioning kidneys like most do, you will not encounter electrolyte imbalance. You will however encounter other less easily treatable conditions with your continued daily 32 oz intake dr pepper, obesity being one of them. The water is okay and start cutting back on the dr. Pepper all together. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends: It depends on your health , your activity level and where you live. A rule of thumb is that men 70 kg weight should drink around 3 l per day whereas women same weight should drink2.2 l. ...Read more
Prune juice: Many commercially bottled juices have a lot of sugar, coloring, or additives in them. Please read the label and make sure you are drinking real prune juice. Please do not get dependent on it for bowel movements. Consult w/doctor if you have bowl movement issues. Please and good health. ...Read more
Can my 11 month old son drink Pedialyte diluted with water as a drink daily? It's 1:1 ratio 6 oz of Pedialyte total per day.
Gave up diet soda a year ago. I drink 2-3 liters of water daily plus 2 Vitamin Water Zero daily with lunch one & dinner for flavor. Safe choice?
I think this sounds: pretty good. Vitamin Water Zero passes a lot of nutritional tests: it is calorie free, has no artificial sweeteners (sweetened with Trulia and fructose) and no artificial dyes. You are getting 200% of the vitamin C recommended daily value (100% in each 8 oz), but close to 100% of a handful of B vitamins and a boost for a few more. Total fluid intake: about 84 to 118 oz daily..generous but ok:) ...Read more
Yes. : Generally speaking, 1.5 liters of water daily is safe for most people. ...Read more
Depends: In a person with normal kidney function, the exceess/unneccessary/free water is easily excreted. In patients with abnormal function (low gfr), patients with dehydration (excess water reabsorption), patients taking certain diuretics, on certain medications or in certain diseases, the absorption of water can be increased inappropriately. ...Read more
I had a 25 oz green tea and 32 oz smoothie and 20 oz bottle if water all in same hour. Will i get water intoxification?
No: Essentially no chance especially if your kidneys are functioning normally. ...Read more
No.: Probably not a good idea to chug your water. The water ingestion is good, but you should space it out over a longer period of time. Good luck. ...Read more
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