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NOATAK Posts: 5
1/7/08 4:14 P

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O wow! I will make that my goal. My co-workers are gonna wonder why i get up every 10 min LOL.

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1/7/08 4:12 P

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Aim for 8-10 cups a day. If you could do 2 liters a day, that would be great.

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NOATAK Posts: 5
1/7/08 4:06 P

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Humm that it is a good way to look at drinking water. I try to drink about 1L of water a day. So i guess i should be fine.?.

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1/7/08 4:03 P

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It will help, but think of drinking water as something proactive to being in good health, as opposed to being reactive to detox the bad stuff.

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NOATAK Posts: 5
1/7/08 3:47 P

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That's good to know about the soda. Not sure if i can go cold turkey with that LOL. So if i drink alot of water today it will flush out thoes toxins from the weekeend?

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1/7/08 3:27 P

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Noatak, ditch the soda and beer. Especially the soda; it is high in calories (if not diet soda) and provides you absolutely nothing of value to your health. Diet soda is even worse than regular soda. An occasional beer is ok, but if you could replace the soda intake with water, you would really help your health. The water will flush some of those toxins from your system.

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1/7/08 1:35 P

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I have heard before that the toxins in your body will affect your eye color....so I think you are on track with your thinking......

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1/7/08 1:30 P

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Hello to all. I have been a member for a while, but have never posted. I'm working tword being as healthy as i can.My life took a change about 6 months ago and has given me the opportunity to focus on my health.I have always tried to be healthy in my life,but for about 3 yrs i had to put my health on the back burner. I have been able to keep to an exersize routine for almost 2 months now. I am very intrested in eating "clean" and detoxing. I have a question maybe you can help me with. I have noticed that when i drink more soda and beer then water and juice my eyes turn almost all green. My eyes are naturally brown. I wonder if when my eyes turn green that this is a sign of a build up of toxins in my body. This past weekend i didn't drink much water and no juice. Just soda and beer. I ate fruits and veggies along with a couple meals at restrants (not so healthy). So i'm wondering is it the soda and beer that makes my eyes turn green, because that's when i notice they turn ? I don't see a big color difference in the food i eat. I hope i didn't make this confusing.

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Noatak

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