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    Any tips on how to get the water down?

    I struggle getting the 2 litres down me. I fill a 2 litre bottle and make sure I drink it throughout the day but its boring. Does the tea and coffee count?

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    Black tea & coffee do count towards water intake & don't forget so does the water you're adding to soups & shakes... Try to keep going, more water equals more lbs off

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    Quote Originally Posted by lostpolarbear View Post
    I struggle getting the 2 litres down me. I fill a 2 litre bottle and make sure I drink it throughout the day but its boring. Does the tea and coffee count?
    I use the water flavouring and this really helps me drink my water allowance or I have fizzy water.

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    Re: Any tips on how to get the water down?

    Tea has been my saviour, seem to have quite a selection now! Green tea, jasmine, orange mango and cinnamon, cherry and cinnamon, camomile honey and vanilla... Mmmm all good!!!

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    Thanks guys! I didn't think we were able to have the fruity tea's?! Sound nice though I may give them a go!! xx

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    Re: Any tips on how to get the water down?

    All teas are now allowed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starlit_Cazza View Post
    All teas are now allowed
    Awesome thanks. X





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