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Sources of hydration

What you drink can affect your weight and health. The average person needs about 64 ounces of fluid daily. However, there's not a drop of evidence to support the notion that you need to drink eight glasses of water. Fluid can come from a variety of sources, including fruits, vegetables, milk, juice, and coffee or tea. But water has certain advantages it's cheap, has zero calories, and is filling. …

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