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How Much Should Pregnant Drink Water
None: It's fine to drink water and drink green tea at the same time. Many people have a cup of green tea on the left of their plates, and a cup of water on the right of their plates. It's fine because there is nothing exact about drinking water or green tea. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Can drinking too much h2o flush out nutrients from a person body. Ate dinner. Drink water. Feel like haven't eaten all day?
No: All things in the body are governed by a not too much and not too little so you can drink too much water, although the limits are very broad. ...Read more
Is 31 grams of sugar a day too much sugar? I only drink 1 bottle of a sweet drink (20 oz.) and the rest of the day I drink water (60+oz.). Is that okay?
If I eat vegetables fruits and drink water for a month as a diet how much weight will I lose roughly?
Depends: It depends on how many calories you are consuming currently. If you eat 3500 calories less, you will lose 1 lb. So, if you have been eating around 2000 calories on average per day, and start to diet so that you are eating about 1000 calories, in 1 week you will lose 2 lbs., 4 weeks 8 lbs. ...Read more
I'm just wondering, if you only drink water and only eat a small snack for 4 days how much weight will you lose?
How much weight will I lose if I don't eat anything for 24 hours & only drink water? Its for a weigh in for boxing :)
Just under 1 lb: This is also assuming that you continue your program of very vigorous exercise. I'm a ringside physician myself. Don't do this often, and especially don't get dehydrated. ...Read more
Is it bad to drink to much water? I've drank probably 12 or 13 glasses in the past 2 or three hours. And I never drink water.
Be careful: Hyper or over hydration is not necessarily a beneficial thing. Water is good for you and you should keep yourself adequately hydrated daily. This usually means 8-10 8 ounce glasses of water throughout the day, of course depending on your perspiration rate, athletics and activities. Over hydration and too much consumption over a short period can lead to low sodium in your blood stream & b harmful. ...Read more
How much water should I be drinking a day? I eat very healthy, only drink water (no sodas etc,) am 17 years old, 200 pounds and exercise every day.
? water?: The idea that you must consume X amount of water to be healthy is just a myth. You get fluid value in many fluids or foods you consume. You should take in enough fluid value to pee about every 6 hours or more daily. Any focus on "water" has little value. ...Read more
My kid is 2, 6y;its about one week he dosent eat any thing he just drink water what should I do how make him eat I afraid he loose too much weight?
The last months I've been eating so much sweats and also didn't drink water is that the reason my face get fat?
I do sweat too much during morning walks. I do drink water afterwards. What should I do in addition? Plead advise
I used to drink water a lot. When my friend told me he never drinks water one week later I stopped drinking so much water. Why have I got less thirsty?
Water: Our body adapts to various things such as temperature, moisture, nutrition, etc. If you were over-drinking your body will adjust when you drink a reasonable amount. Some nutritionists believe that 8 8 oz. glasses daily is a good goal, but that depends on your height and weight. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Tap Water is OK:
Despite claims to the contrary, most municipal tap water is very good. In fact, much of the bottled water in the us comes from the typical municipal water system.
Think about this; most bottled water sold in the us costs more per gallon than gasoline.
There is a huge marketing campaign about water and little scientific data.
If you want bottled water they are all ok. ...Read more
Necessary for life!:
Without water, we cannot exist....Nearly 3/4 of your body is water-weighted. With that said, it does not mean you have to drink "clear-water" to live. Juice, milk, sodas/coffee/tea etc. Are actually mostly water. So you can live on these. But not recommended because of the junks in them--sugar/fructose, preservatives/colorings etc. Are the bad parts, not the water part.
Water=best drink on earth. ...Read more
It is Essential: Water is the universal lubricant, solvent and cleansing agent. It is necessary in many of the biologic reactions in the body. Many body functions are reduced or stopped without adequate water to make them happen. ...Read more
Hard to guess: Maybe 3/4 of a pound (1/3 or a kilogram) each day. Just drinking water in normal amounts is ok, but too much water will dilute one's electrolyte balance... and cause bad side effects. One should definitely consult with his primary care doctor before trying something like this if planning to go more than a couple of days without food, or if there are any underlying medical conditions. ...Read more
No: A healthy normal newborn can breastfeed, and usually doesn't need other fluids. (If the new baby seems low in blood sugar or extremely hungry while in the hospital, the nurses might feed some sugar water or some formula temporarily, because the breast milk hasn't started production yet.) If a baby seems to be thirsty, a parent should offer breast milk (or formula). ...Read more
Small sip OK: It's ok to take a pill with a small sip of water before having anesthesia, if your doctor advises you not to skip a dose. Your stomach empties water quickly. However, it is safest for your stomach to be as empty as possible before you have any kind of sedation or general anesthesia, to reduce the risk of vomiting and a serious pneumonia that can happen if it gets in your lungs. ...Read more
No: If someone consistently only drank water it would be only a matter of time until they died. However, an anorexic may go periods of time on a water fast. The anorexic may get by on minimum calories. ...Read more
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