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CDOWL313 Posts: 54
5/2/13 5:07 P

Thank you all for your feedback emoticon

I think I will include it emoticon

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5/2/13 2:22 P

Absolutely count it! It's still hydrating you!

ROXIELU0422 Posts: 317
5/2/13 12:16 P

I count is as well. I count my iced tea and coffee as water as well. As long as it's not sugar laden, it counts for me.

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5/2/13 11:58 A

I count it. I'm sure plain water is better, but I think that Crystal Light is a good substitute if you have trouble drinking enough plain. Personally, I can only drink plain water when it's very cold, as the tap water here has a bit of an odd taste.

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MIRANDAFRM2 Posts: 290
5/2/13 10:52 A

I have often wondered that myself. I don't count it but at least you are trying to get your water in someway and it doesn't have caffeine.

DIDS70 Posts: 5,368
5/2/13 8:47 A

you will get a mixture of replys. I personally don't include anything but actual water in my count, but i have seen others add coffee, tea, and other things. Remember that you get hydration from fruits and veggies too.

CDOWL313 Posts: 54
5/2/13 8:31 A

Hi, everyone! I do my best with drinking plain old water, but it's not easy for me to get it down. I have always had a difficult time with drinking water. The only time I actually like it is during and after exercising. So, my question is this....Can I include Crystal Light, or any low calorie drink, into my daily water intake???

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