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How much water should you drink a day?

Worried about dehydration? Wondering how much you should drink every day?

The most recent official recommendation about water requirement, as published by the European Food Safety Authority in 2010.

Dietary reference values for total water adequate intake

Infants


6-12 months
800-1000mL/d

0-6 months
680mL/d

(Through milk)

Pregnant women


+ 300 mL/d
vs adults

Adults


Men - 2500mL/d
Women - 2000mL/d

Children


9-13 years

Boys - 2100mL/d
Girls - 1900mL/d

4-8 years
1600 mL/d

Baby


1-2 years
1100-1200 mL/d

2-3 years
1300mL/d

Lactating women


+ 600-700 mL/d
vs adults

Elderly


Same
as adults

elderly
adult
lactating
pregnant
infants
children










Total water adequate intake
(Food & fluids)

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