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Posted: 04 May 2010, 08:17
I really need to drink water. I'm NEVER thirsty except of course if it's a nice Cabernet Laughing
tifany

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Posted: 04 May 2010, 08:19
I had the same problem. Once I forced myself to drink it anyway, I started getting thirsty. Try it.
Tifany
windrider

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Posted: 04 May 2010, 11:59
Try also those little flavored packets in your water. They really help. I also don't like to spend money, but bottled water mentally tastes better. You could get a reusable water bottle and put tap water and powdered flavoring in it.
Just watch you get flavoring with low calories or it defeats the purpose. Good luck.
Byrdface

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Posted: 04 May 2010, 12:07
The flavor packets have apsartame in them (usually), which is really bad for you. Take it from a long time soda drinker, once you start drinking water, you get used to it! Now I crave water insted of the soda when I am thirsty!
Byrd




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