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RoseRed135

Do you DRINK healthy?

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So often people talk about what they eat/don't eat to stay healthy. But do you believe beverages factor in, if at all?

GP.com  recently touched on this question on FB page. They're featuring the following article on their FB page, advising us to drink lemon water:

http://www.grandparents.com/health-and-wellbeing/health/benefits-drinking-lemon-water

So now I'm wondering, do you include/exclude any drinks/types of drinks in your diet in the interest of health? And hey, while we're on the subject, is lemon water one of your beverages of choice - or, if you've read the linked article, will it be now?

 

 

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Water, plain ol' water....one cup of coffee per day....unsweetened iced tea. Very rarely soda (never diet soda!). And I rarely drink alcohol. 

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Lemon water gives me acid reflux, so no I do not drink it.  I drink bottled water because chlorine bothers me also.  I don't drink diet soda, nor do I keep soda in the house as a general rule but I might buy a small fountain one if I go to town.  I drink tea both hot and cold but not coffee.  I love fruit juices, but I limit my intake due to empty calories, I'd rather eat the whole fruit for the fiber.

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