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Even If You're on Top of Hydrating, Summer Weather Calls For Drinking More Water

Posted On: Jun 2, 2020   |   Posted By: PopSugar

Even If You're on Top of Hydrating, Summer Weather Calls For Drinking More Water

Even if your canteen is already an extension of your arm, summer is here to test your commitment to hydration by adding to your daily water quota.
"You should definitely up your water intake during the hot summer months. When you're sweating, you lose water and electrolytes , which can make you feel lousy, dizzy, or imbalanced," Tracy Lockwood Beckerman, MS, CDN, RD, and author of The Better Period Food Solution , confirmed.
In her opinion, that means adding 12 ounces of water to your diet for every half hour you're working up a sweat.
But, how much should you be consuming in the first place? Let's remove summer from the conversation for a moment. Lori Zanini, RD, and creator of For the Love of Diabetes , previously explained to POPSUGAR that the average person should consume half of their bodyweight , in fluid ounces, daily. So, if you're 175 pounds, you should aim for 88 ounces of water per day.
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