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== dehydration facts? ==
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AFAICS, the idea that caffeinated beverages actually dehydrate you is an urban legend. Like all urban legends, there is a bit of truth: caffeine does act as a diuretic. However, caffeinated beverages also contain water. The net effect is that caffeinated beverages hydrate you, but not as much as an equivalent volume of non-caffeinated beverages would. See also [http://www.snopes.com/medical/myths/8glasses.asp Eight Glasses] at snopes.com.
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<br>- [[User:NiraD|niraD]] 01:55, 26 September 2008 (EDT)

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[edit] dehydration facts?

AFAICS, the idea that caffeinated beverages actually dehydrate you is an urban legend. Like all urban legends, there is a bit of truth: caffeine does act as a diuretic. However, caffeinated beverages also contain water. The net effect is that caffeinated beverages hydrate you, but not as much as an equivalent volume of non-caffeinated beverages would. See also Eight Glasses at snopes.com.
- niraD 01:55, 26 September 2008 (EDT)

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