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Do I get the same amount of water if I drink two glasses of water mixed with ice tea, etc. as if I was just 1 drink full glass of water?

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No, you do not get the same amount of water if you drink two glasses of water mixed with ice tea. If you decide to mix water with other things water should constitute a bigger percentage. And you should not take tea and assume that it is enough and you do not need water. Your body needs that plain water. Check out more information http://www.livestrong.com/article/476159-can-i-drink-juice-instead-of-water/.

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Is my body getting the same amount of water if I was just to fill my drinks during the day up with half water half drink instead of drinking a whole glass of water? Will my body process it the same?
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One glass full of water is one glass full of fluid, whether milk, coffee, tea, juice, or whatever coloring you want to add. Water is water.

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Technically yes. But remember, regular tea (other than herbal), coffee, alcohol, and sodas will also dehydrate you, so it kind of defeats the purpose of drinking to quench your thirst and to hydrate the body. It is best to drink plain clean pure fresh water.

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