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Water and Fluids

Water is important for good health and used by every system in your body. In fact, 60 percent of your body weight is water. Your need for water depends on your health, activity and the climate you live in. Remember that some water is contained in the foods we eat, and all fluids you consume will count toward the daily total. As a general rule of thumb, you should drink 64 ounces of fluids each day. 

How to Meet your Water and Fluid Goal (64 ounces per day):

 Meal Times  Foods/Fluids  Serving Size
 Breakfast  Decaffeinated Coffee or Tea         12 ounces
   Milk  8 ounces
     
 Mid-morning  Water Bottle  12 ounces
     
 Lunch  Broth Soup  4 ounces
   Gelatin  4 ounces

   
 Mid-afternoon         Lemonade  8 ounces
     
 Dinner  Tomato Juice  4 ounces
     
 Evening  Diet soft drink  12 ounces         
   Total:  64 ounces

 

Reference:http://www.cdc.gov/nutrition/everyone/basics/water.html

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