Why on a bottle of water it say serving size 8oz. if you suppose 2 drink a lot of water and theres no calories!

Question: Why on a bottle of water it say serving size 8oz!. if you suppose 2 drink a lot of water and theres no calories
Why does it say 8oz!. for the serving size in a bottle of water if there's no calories, no sugar, no salt and they say you suppose 2 drink a lot of water daily!? I never understood that!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Because all serving sizes are 8 ounces!. It does not matter what kind of drink it is, what color it is, how large the container is, how many calories it has, how good or bad it is for us or anything at all!. It does not matter if it contains alcohol, if it has natural sugars or artificial sweeteners, it does not matter if it has caffeine or if it has added flavors or colors!. A serving size is 8 ounces!. That's it!.

Plus do not listen to the people saying that you need 8 cups or 8 glasses or whatever of water a day!. That information is outdated and inaccurate!. For proper hydration we need 1 ounce for every 2 pounds of body weight plus 8 more ounces for every 20 minutes of exercise!. With hot/dry days and climates we need more!. Water can get water from food and other drinks but both caffeine and alcohol dehydrate!. So those do not count as water intake!. In fact since they dehydrate we need even more water to offset them!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

8oz is equal to one glass of water!. The standard recommendation is 8 glasses of water a day!. The serving size is just meant to let you know how much water you're consuming compared to how much you should drink!. Example : If you wanted to drink the recommended amount, you would know that you need to drink 64 oz!.

There are serious consequences associated with drinking too much water, so knowing exactly how much you're drinking is also beneficial!. Hope that cleared things up!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

You know how they say you are suppose to drink 8 glasses of water a day!? Well 8oz=1 glass of water!.!.!. so its on the label like that so u can figure how many of the bottles of water you need to drink to get your recomended daily amount!. For Example if the bottle is 16oz!.!.!. 1 serving is half the bottle so if you drink the whole thing you are getting 2 servings of your daily amount!. therefore you would need to drink 4 bottles to get the 8glasses that you need!.

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Idk, cause 8 fluid ounces is 1 cup, but you're supposed to drink about 8 cups!. It's probably because 8oz!. of water is easier to carry!. Anyway, if you want to drink 8 cups a day using 1 bottle while on the go, I suggest using your own individual bottle instead of 3!. They're usually sold in the market!. Try target, or walmart, or some Asian Supermarket!. (they have a lot of al purpose bottles there!.)Www@FoodAQ@Com

Some people just like to know exactly how much water they are drinking, also it is a requirement of the food and drug administration that all goods sold for consumer use have exact specifications about it's contents, sodium, sugars, serving size etc!.!.!.!.!.!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Because you are supposed to drink 8-10 8oz!. servings of water a day and the Nutritional Facts are based on your average daily intake of what you should have in a day!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Because water consumption was always rated in "CUPS" as in you need 8 cups of water a day and a CUP is 8oz!. So therefore, the OZ's!. also, you CAN die from drinking too much water!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

So you can compare it to other beverages, since the serving size is the same!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Think about this:Would you even know there were no calories if it didn't say that!?Www@FoodAQ@Com

its a law!. Yeah its as simple as thatWww@FoodAQ@Com

they have to do that nutritional infromation dealWww@FoodAQ@Com

That's the format for a label that is required by the FDAWww@FoodAQ@Com

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