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  1. Vincenzo says:

    well, i think, as a cyclist, the last part of the article—“drink when you’re thirsty” is not true. my cycling coach last year told me to hydrate, hydrate, and hydrate some more while on the bike. “If you feel thirsty, you’re already too late” (Matt Keil, 2007). however, for non athletic events such as hanging out in the pub, i would agree with NPR’s article 🙂

  2. Skazius says:

    Well, you shouldn’t skip the water fountain just because you finally got to feeling thirsty.You can never be too late to re-hydrate. There’s also research that suggests that beer is better for you after a workout than water. Ain’t that the best news, ever!

  3. Donna says:

    This is news to me!

  4. Gene says:

    It’s all true.
    In fact, the myth that you need to drink water at all is just a myth.
    As long as you don’t exert massive amounts of energy every day, a normal diet has enough water in its foods to sustain the body throughout the day. There’s no need to drink a single glass of water every day. I’m sure there are plenty of people around here who have gone through a day without a drop of water.

  5. jason says:

    I heard about this and I just don’t believe it. We live in Las Vegas where the climate is extremely dry. If I went without chugging bottles of water for a day, I’d surely drop dead.

  6. trench says:

    Water still has to be better than Soda and all that artificial stuff!

  7. Lescentive says:

    too funny… i drink when i’m thirsty.. i can go a day w/o drinking any water.. but that would mean i would have drank 7up or coke all day… i try not to do that.. i dont think its all that bad to drink water.. but bottle is defintely better than tap depending on where you are at..

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