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    Feeling waterlogged

    I just started a clean diet about a week ago, and have been drinking about a gallon of water every day. My stomach has been rather upset the last few days with all this water though. Every time I drink more, I feel like I might be sick. Is this a normal thing to have happen for while when going from drinking half a gallon of soda to a gallon of water?

    Also, a rather dumb question. How do you cook eggs without burning them? I tried the low-and-slow method, but they came out all gummy and weird. Also, should I avoid the yolks and just eat the other bit, or is it ok to eat both parts?

    Thanks for helping a n00b.
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    If you're trying to down a ton of water at once and too fast, that will make you feel sick to your stomach.

    If you've never drank much water before, and you just started drinking a gallon a day, could take a week or so before your body gets used to it. If you're eating a lot of salt, that won't help either.
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