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    Red face This is what I have to...


    "Man! This stuff is the bomb! Started it yesterday. I followed the instructions. It says to take it once a day and consume a gallon of water per day. It's already working. I'm up 8 lbs in the first day!"

    1 gallon H20 = 8.3452641 Pounds

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    Nicely done (pun intended).
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    Well done! (double pun)
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Dunn View Post
    Well done! (double pun)
    I hope we are done with these puns.*punx3*
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    Dunn's not here!


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    ...my diet is spot on!
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    Dosed 2 servings and I'm up over 16 lbs! MaxH2O is a great PWO!
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    Although most already know this, as a rule of thumb each person should daily be consuming water = weight/2 = ounces of water
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beau View Post
    weight/2 = ounces of water
    Is that LBM or just weight? Fat does not hydrate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Dunn View Post
    Is that LBM or just weight? Fat does not hydrate.
    Just weight - it is just a simple formula used to estimate water needs, not an indication of what would (and wouldn't) hydrate.
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