How To Drink 64 oz of Water

13 Feb

How To Drink 64 oz of Water

On Sunday, one of my friends asked me, “How is it that you can drink over 100 oz of water in one day?  How can I do the same?”

I thought about it and answered, “I wouldn’t start with 100 oz of water per day.  I would start with 64 oz of water each day.”

“How can you do that?” she asked.

“Well,” I said, “I guess there are many ways to do this, but what worked for me when I was starting out was to drink a 16 oz glass or bottle of water with breakfast, then another at lunch, and another at dinner.  Then drink one more during the day sometime.  Then, before you know it, you’ll be craving water at other times of the day as well.”

“But if I drink that much water, I won’t drink anything else.”

“That’s right,” I answered.  “That’s right.”

Here’s What I Had To Eat Friday:

1 Special K Protein Meal Bar

4 Chicken Strips

3 Teaspoons of Jambalaya

1 Serving of Nonfat Blueberry Yogurt

10 M & M’s

1 Serving of Grilled Chicken

1 Snackwell’s Protein Meal Bar

1 Red Delicious Apple

1 Whole Wheat Sandwich Thins with Lowfat Peanut Butter

104 oz of water

My Exercise Friday:

30 Minutes of Walking

My Supplements Friday:

1 Fish Oil Pill

1 Men’s Multi-vitamin

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One Response to “How To Drink 64 oz of Water”

  1. Karl Lewis February 19, 2012 at 9:12 pm #

    Important information to know about drinking water from plastic containers. Plastic is a petroleum product. The plastic leaches in to the water; especially in higher temperatures. Imagine what happens to the water when it is left in direct sunlight by either the wholesaler or the retailer before you buy it off the shelf.

    The more water you drink, the more chemicals you drink. When possible, buy your water in glass containers.

    You could install a water purification system in your home. These are pricey, but worth it for the sake of your health. Even when you bathe, they pay off. Because when you bathe, your skin absorbs water. Check it out. Weigh yourself before you bathe and after you bathe. You’ll notice you picked up a pound or two.

    If the water you bathe with is contaminated with impurities, your body just soaked up these impurities that were in the water.

    You want to make sure you get a water purification system and not a water softner.

    I hope this helped. Karl

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