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SETTIMIA Posts: 8,076
1/27/14 1:49 P


AZULVIOLETA6 SparkPoints: (0)
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1/27/14 1:41 P

The honey part gives me this regular tea in a teabag?

SETTIMIA Posts: 8,076
1/27/14 12:07 P

thanks no I am getting used to it without any sugar

BEINGFIT26 SparkPoints: (1,262)
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1/27/14 12:37 A

Good luck! yes, I must agree with the rest here, you can jot it down as water so long as you do not add any sweetener.

SETTIMIA Posts: 8,076
1/27/14 12:27 A

thanks everyone for clarifying

EXOTEC Posts: 3,327
1/26/14 8:19 P

In general, when "water" is recommended, it refers to liquids which your body will use for basic functions. It really should specify "liquids", rather than water, specifically.
Therefore, "water" includes water, tea, coffee, milk, juice, soup, and even many water-based foods, such as gelatin.

Look at it as any ingested substance which your body can extract water from. Naturally, a cup of gelatin isn't the same water value as water... but it should be included in any case.

SIMPLYME80 Posts: 406
1/26/14 8:10 P

Yes. I track plain tea as water, but if I add sweetener, or anything with a few calories, I track as a lite snack..I prefer plain tea though oolong and blackberry flavored my favorite.

EELPIE Posts: 2,700
1/26/14 8:05 A

Yes :)

SETTIMIA Posts: 8,076
1/26/14 6:17 A

Hi having problems with drinking water in the winter, so have opted for Twinings honey and lemon herbal tea, can this be in included in my daily water intake?

thank you for your time

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