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343 8/30/12 9:35 P
Crystal Light is great to help you get enough water each day. Just remember that each serving is 5 calories, so try not to make each cup you drink with it because that will add an extra 40 calories a day.
Also try adding flavor with fruit or drinking more green tea. There are many great benefits from drinking green tea and it can be flavored with a little lemon or honey.
Hope this helps! Good Luck!
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3,526 8/29/12 7:11 P
I adore Crystal light. Since my surgery, it is very hard for me to drink plain water unless it is during a workout.
My RD gave me the green light, so I drink it every day!
(technically, I drink the Great Value brand, but it is the same thing)
Although I do use it from time to time, I prefer lemons, limes or any kind of fruit water. It's easy to make your own infused water. My favorite is probably cucumber, lemon and ginger or lemons and strawberries.
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518 8/29/12 1:14 P
some days, depending on my mood, it's the only way I can get plain tap water into me !!! I really do dilute the powder though, as I just need that hint of a flavour to help me. I have found that those individual packets that are supposed to go into a bottle, are way to strong for me.
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44 8/29/12 12:56 P
Definately fine I think to change up your water if it helps you to drink more :) I love adding a lemon to my water, in fact I cut a lemon at my desk and squeeze half into my ice water in the morning and half in after lunch. It flavors my water and is a natural diuretic. With the crystal light, I think definately count as water, at least according to Weight Watchers a beverage could be counted as 'water' as long as it was sugar-free and caffine-free, so enjoy!
Up here at work we have bottled water. I've been good about drinking about 3 throughout the day, but on the 3rd one I sometimes add crystal light. Only .5 calories I think. Anyway...you think it's okay? Am I good to count it as 2 glasses of water (it's 16.9oz).
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