Water drinkers may have better diets
By Amy Norton
Tue Oct 13, 2009

Using data from a national health survey of more than 12,000 Americans, researchers found that people who drank more “plain water” tended to eat more fiber, less sugar and fewer calorie-dense foods.

I drink at least 4 bottles of water a day, which is roughly 2000 mL. Water is at least 75% of my daily beverage intake. I bet I’m on the high-end of the water drinkier:carlorie bell curve though. I eat a lot of grilled chicken breast and rice, but breakfast and lunch kill me.