Is there a max amount of water?

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  1. Red77

    Red77 Full Member

    I drink about 8 pints (or 4 litres if my maths are any good) of water throughout the day - is this ok? I wasn't sure if you could drink too much water?:confused:
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  3. parkerela

    parkerela Full Member

    The more water you drink the more weight you will lose but it has to be spread out,dont get to the end of the day and try to catch up because that can be dangerous,im on cambridge now and we are told to drink 4 litres a day. hope this helps x
  4. xsarahloux

    xsarahloux ~~someday!~~

    i'm in such a habit now that i cant really remember! i think LT says you must have at least 2 but no more that 4.5 so you're ok hun xxx
  5. Red77

    Red77 Full Member

    thanks for the replies, my mum had me worried!
    P.S I think the support on here is absolutley amazing and whilst I am not a regular 'poster', its so touching to read all the posts
  6. IrishMum

    IrishMum A little of everything!

    Yep, the maximum is 4.5l, and that if you're doing exercise or use less water in your shakes, otherwise 4l is recommended?
    If you drink more you run the risk of flushing essential nutrients out of your system.
  7. determinator

    determinator Banned

    yeah Lipotrim advise no more than 4 l , I have seen some people on other forums drinking 6/7 l a day and this can very dangerous as it can overload your kidneys
  8. irish molly

    irish molly Maintaing LT loss on GL

    Yep, the consensus is around the 4ltr mark and certainly little and often is the way to take it. Too much water is dangerous and actually can be fatal as in drinking litres of water all at once.
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