Coldest Water Bottles have blown up with what seems like every influencer owning one and talking about how good it is. They do exactly what the name implies — keep water really cold for a really long time.
If you're following in the footsteps of your favorite influencer and trying to up your water intake and improve your health with a Coldest Water Bottle you might be wondering how many bottles you need to drink each day in order to reach the ideal water intake.
While “ideal water intake” varies from person to person here's a quick guide to how many Coldest Water Bottles you should be drinking each day.
Assuming an average goal of drinking eight cups of water per day, you should drink three 21 oz Coldest Water Bottles, two 32 oz bottles, or about one-and-a-half 40 oz bottles to meet your target. Keep in mind, your personal goals and the size of your bottle may change those numbers significantly.
Below, I’ll show you exactly how to determine the number of Coldest Water Bottles or Tumblers you should drink each day to meet your own goals and teach you a few simple tricks to decide how much water you should be drinking.
How Many Coldest Water Bottles Should You Be Drinking Per Day?
Coldest Water Bottles have one of the widest ranges of size among any brand of water bottle I’ve used — from a kid-friendly 12 oz (with a built-in straw) all the way up to a 128 oz full-gallon beast.
Naturally, the number of bottles you should drink each day depends on the size of your bottle as well as your daily fluid intake goals.
I drink about half a gallon a day by trying to get through two 32 oz bottles. Some days I really struggle if I'm just working from my desk and other days when I'm rock climbing or in the sauna I'll drink way more than that.
I encourage my kids to drink closer to four cups, or just under three 12 oz bottles every day.
To determine exactly how many Coldest Water Bottles or Tumblers you should drink to reach your own goals, refer to the chart below.
|Coldest Water Bottle Size||4 Cups/Day||8 Cups/Day||1 Gal/Day|
How Much Water Should You Be Drinking Per Day?
We’ve all heard it. “Drink eight glasses of water a day to stay hydrated.” While it’s a reasonable estimate, it’s not really quite that simple.
I love questioning assumptions and actually looking into the data and the health science to work out what's ACTUALLY good for us. Don't believe things just because “everyone knows it”
Healthcare Triage did a nice job of summing it up in the video below.
Factors like your age, weight, overall health, location, and activity level all play a big role in the exact amount of water we need.
Ultimately, it’s better to follow a few simple guidelines than to stick to a set number of bottles per day.
- Pre-hydrate! Drink before doing any physical activity or exercise. A glass or two before a jog will cut dehydration off at the pass. If you start to feel thirsty, you’re already playing catch up.
- Keep a water bottle with you at all times. Having consistent access to fresh, cold water will naturally encourage us to drink more fluids. Best The Coldest Water Bottle keeps drinks cold for hours this means you've always got access to cold refreshing water…not lukewarm disgusting water. Develop the habit of always grabbing your bottle before you head out the door.
- Monitor your urine. Colorless or light yellow urine is a good indication that you’re adequately hydrated. It’s normal to urinate every two to four hours or so — any less and you probably aren’t drinking enough.
Get Yourself A Coldest Water Bottle
Coldest Water Bottles are made of vacuum-sealed, double-walled stainless steel and really live up to their namesake — by keeping water cold for up to 36 hours.
Mine has become a staple on those extra hot summer days where a crisp, cold sip of water feels like the difference between life and death (okay, maybe that was a little dramatic, but you get the point).