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Can bottled fruit juice actually make you thirstier?

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Can bottled fruit juice actually make you thirstier?

Agent 510 | Apr 22, 2009 02:08 PM

Anyone know if any of the ingredients in bottled fruit juices (like, say, Ocean Spray cranberry juice) can actually make you more thirsty rather than less?

I often keep the standard-sized 64 ounce bottle in my fridge, and when I'm thirsty I'll take a few swigs...but often I'll find myself still thirsty and repeating the same thing 15 minutes later. Sometimes I'll go through almost a whole bottle in a day this way. I can't be the only one who does this, can I?

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