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How much fluid should I be drinking to keep my kidneys healthy?
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Dr. Gregory Hale
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis
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In brief: 1 1/2 to 2 quarts
You should drink one and one-half to two quarts of fluid daily.

In brief: 1 1/2 to 2 quarts
You should drink one and one-half to two quarts of fluid daily.
Dr. Gregory Hale
Dr. Gregory Hale
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In brief: Hydration
The answer really depends upon your level of activity and the climate you love in.
As a general rule I recommend enough water intake to keep the urine light or clear in CPR. If the urine appears dark and concentrated, you need to drink more.

In brief: Hydration
The answer really depends upon your level of activity and the climate you love in.
As a general rule I recommend enough water intake to keep the urine light or clear in CPR. If the urine appears dark and concentrated, you need to drink more.
Dr. Robert Luntz
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