# How many water bottles a day should i drink?!

Question: How many water bottles a day should i drink?
Just give me the number of regular water bottles you would buy in a pack not liters or else i won't understand(i hate measurements). (examples: Crystal, Deer Park, etc.) so how many a day should i drink?

## Best Answer - Chosen by Voters

I am sure they all come in different sizes, the standard or recommended
daily intake
is 8, 8oz glasses of water a day

Your kidneys only need about a quart (one liter) of water per day, unless you're losing a lot of water from sweating in hot weather. Anything beyond that won't hurt, but it won't necessarily make any difference either way, other than to make you go to the bathroom more often. If you like to drink water, a six-pack a day is perfectly fine.

It may be a good idea to buy different brands of bottled water and rotate them regularly, that way you get a more balanced mix of minerals.

Depends upon how thirsty you are and how much you workout and sweat.

Many people will recommend 8 glasses of water (8 ounces each), but that's not a real number.

If you want a number, drink 2 or 3 a day. More if you're working out.

Take your body weight (in pounds) and divide it in half. That number in ounces is your daily requirement for water. The bigger you are the more water you need

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none, why would you spend money on water bottles. Dude you have a sink. I find it ridiculous and a waste of money to buy them. Also, it ruins the enviroment to make em and even recycle them. So None.

Get a water pitcher filter system if you don't like tap water

The basic rule is 8 glasses of water, each glass should hold 8 ounces of water

assuming its a 12 oz bottle, 4 to 6 bottles would equal the 6 to 8 glasses (8 oz) that is recommended.

they say you need 6-8 8oz cups of water a day
so i guess if you drinking 16oz bottles, i think you should just drink 3 or 4 bottles of water

1/2 oz of water per day per each pound of body weight

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