I agree. Weight is NOT an adequate way to measure hydration levels. There's more at play there! There are simply too many variables. If your urine is pale, straw yellow, and you're not thirsty, then you're hydrated. If your urine is dark, and you're thirsty, then you start worrying about hydration levels!
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