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EOWYN2424
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2/25/12 8:15 A

I just love tea with a squeeze of lime!



J2740LOU
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2/23/12 3:12 P

I only count water as water.



MEWHENRYSMAMA
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2/23/12 3:02 P

Yes! It even counts if you put in stevia...and lemon is really good for you as it helps with water retention,digestion/elimination! emoticon



EMKD16
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2/23/12 2:58 P

Thanks guys!



TINA2OLD
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2/23/12 2:41 P

i would count it as water




ILOVEJIM851991
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2/23/12 2:36 P

I count it as a water



FRANCESLUCAS
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2/23/12 2:29 P

water



KAIOSHINE
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2/23/12 2:16 P

It absolutely does. If you think about it, It's probably 99.999% water, then part tea/lemon. Also a lot of your foods contain water which contributes towards ones hydration.

Even with all the tea i drink, i still try to mix in pure water, but if squeezing a lemon in it, or steeping some tea in helps you meet your daily water goals that you've had troubles with in the past, all the more power to ya =)



NWLIFESRC
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2/23/12 1:56 P

unsweet tea



MY2MANYDOGS
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2/23/12 1:40 P

I count my water separate from all other liquids, but I still like my tea.



EMKD16
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2/23/12 1:30 P

Just wondering if anyone knew if unsweetened tea with a wedge of lemon squeezed in counted towards our goal water consumption?

Edited by: EMKD16 at: 2/23/2012 (13:31)


 
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