Originally Posted by 32vld
I don't need no stinkin' link's/
Just like any politician or government agency announcing the results of from spending $100,000 to tell us something that we know from common sense.
Water is a diuretic. Well then so is food because anything that contains water is a diuretic.
Your expert claims coffee is not a diuretic.
Then he says it is if you drink enough.
First he says no then he says yes.
The expert you like to cite has no problems speaking out of both sides of his mouth.
Typical New Yorker.
Water is not a diuretic if you're thirsty.
Water is a diuretic if you're not thirsty.
Like I said, it's obvious that you know more than the folks at Mayo. You were fired from your position there because you were going to expose all their secrets.
I'm done unless there is something intelligent posted in this thread, which won't be coming from NY.