Diet & Nutrition


#3463

Makes you pee more


#3464

Doing Vegruary instead


#3465

clarity of thought, increased energy and weight loss, you’d also feel full all the time


#3466

In


#3467

Started to use the water balance app to help track and increase water consumption

I’m up to 3.5l of water a day.

Game.

Changed.


#3468

What is the recommended daily intake? What benefits have you noticed.

I need to have a serious look at my water intake


#3469

You put on weight age height and sex if you train and the app calculates how much water.

The main benefit is it changes the game.

Increased mental clarity.

Increased energy.

Most lads on here are dehydrated the whole time I would say.


#3470

3.5l is good hydration. I’d only average about 2l a day myself. A drop of cordial lying around is good to up the water intake.


#3471

Good for the children alright


#3472

The man who ate fads :roll_eyes:


#3473

You’ll be on a catheter by the time you’re 60.


#3474

It’s a pure myth that humans need to be constantly hydrated. As always, these things vary from person to person.


#3475

Not a surprise to see you lashing out due to dehydration.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/22190027/


#3476

Downloaded the app


#3477

Can’t say it has been making a noticeable difference to my semen but I’ll keep you posted.


#3478

This changes things, if you’re drinking semen then a drop of children’s cordial in your water is grand


#3479

It takes the edge off tbf.


#3480

Anyone here lose much weight by giving up the booze?


#3481

It’s the best way to do it, I never had a whole lot to lose but I dropped a few kilos within six weeks or so when I stopped drinking at home,


#3482

TB12 is simple: Drink at least one-half of your body weight in ounces of water every day,” he writes. “That’s the minimum. Ideally, you’ll drink more than that, and with added electrolytes, too. This makes sense, considering the composition of our bodies.”

Cc @chocolatemice

#H20