The recommended dosage is 1 oz of water per 2 pounds of body weight.
So: weight in pounds /2 = how many ounces you should drink.
if you want a conversion from ounces to liters, type in "##oz in liters" to the google search bar, the calculation will automatically come up.
200 pound person would enter: "100 oz in liters"
100 US fluid ounces = 2.95735296 liters
Bottled water that is about the same size (height) as a bottle of soda/pop, a retail fridge for a quick drink is usually 20 oz.
|1 1/2 pints||900 ml||3 3/4 cup|
|1 3/4 pints||1 litre||4 cups (1qt)|
|2 pints||1 1/4 litres||1 1/4 quarts|
|2 1/3 pints||1 1/2 litres||3 US pints|
|3 1/4 pints||2 litres||2 quarts|
Tricia tidbits pulled from books and sites.
It is possible to lose a pint of liquid each day just exhaling. (http://www.naturodoc.com/library/nutrition/water.htm)
If you are looking for recipe and other conversations of measurements, please check out this neat site. http://curezone.com/conversions.asp