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I drank a gallon of water a day for a month — here’s what happened to my body

I drank a gallon of water a day for a month — here’s what happened to my body

You’ve probably heard about the importance of staying hydrated, and drinking enough water has been touted as a solution to many health problems—from weight loss to getting rid of skin blemishes. But how much water should you drink per day and what happens to your body when you increase your water intake? To learn more and separate fact from fiction, I filled out my own the best bottle of water several times and drank a gallon of water every day for a month.

When it comes to how much water you should drink each day, the jury is out on both sides Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (opens in new tab) and Food and Nutrition Board (FNB) (opens in new tab) saying that you should drink to be thirsty. In this regard, FNB states as a goal, women should have about 2.7 liters a day, and men should drink about 3.7 liters of water. A gallon of water is 3.7 liters.



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