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 Only drinking milk and water for a week?

Answer If you eat what you normally do—don't cheat!—and cut out the sweet drinks then you should be cutting back on calories, especially if you drink way more water than milk (low/non fat I'm assuming... Read More »
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How Many Ounces of Milk Should My 3 Week Old Baby Be Drinking?

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Does Drinking Excessive Milk Cause Water Retention?

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Drinking alot of water nowadays (tapwater). Is it fine drinking tap water or should I filter it?

Well good for you being healthy! You should invest in a water filter, because there are many chemicals in tap water that need to be filtered. So no, a filter is not for taste, it is for safety. You... Read More »
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What is the difference between spring water, purified water, distilled water and drinking water?

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