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Traditionally, we’ve been told to drink at least 8, eight ounce glasses of water per day (for a total of 64 ounces), however hydration needs vary from person to person based on factors like your weight, height and activity level.

According to experts, you should aim to drink between a half ounce to an ounce of water for each pound you weigh, every day. For example, a person weighing 150 pounds should aim for 75-150 ounces (more than the traditional 64 ounces per day).

Water is important for filtering out calcium and other minerals that build up in your urine. It also helps regulate how much you eat and aids in food digestion.

Check out THIS helpful resource to see if you’re getting enough water and ways to build more water consumption into your day.

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