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If you think your wardrobe is not complete without a cool water bottle in your hand, there are plenty of other ways to get hydrated. Coffee and tea both count toward our overall water intake. You can even get Hint to ship on a recurring basis so you always have a supply of infused water in your refrigerator. Make some decaffeinated iced tea.
A tall, cold glass of iced tea is a welcome sight in summer. Decaffeinated tea will keep you hydrated without making you jumpy. Add a squeeze of lemon and stay away from sweeteners for the best thirst-quenching effect.
7 Ways to Stay Hydrated When You Don’t Like Plain Old Water #1 Add Some Flavor For people that don’t love drinking water, it’s often times because, well – it’s boring. Try infusing your water with things like berries, mint, or cucumber to help make it more enticing and flavorful. 1. Eat your water At a recent nutrition conference I attended, one of the doctors said that if you eat a lot of fruit and veggies, you don’t end up needing to drink as much, because you’re actually eating your water. A 2013 study found that eating more fruits and vegetables can make you significantly more hydrated without upping the water you’re drinking. Bottled water can become infused with plastic, especially if it’s been sitting at room temperature for a while.
Some people just don’t like things that are tasteless. But there are ways to stay hydrated without drinking water (though it’s good to drink at least some pure water every day if possible). 1. Infused Water. Eat more water-based fruits and vegetables – Foods like melons, cucumbers, and lettuce are mostly water, meaning munching on them can keep you hydrated and avoiding the water situation almost entirely.
Make sure, especially when outdoors in the heat or exercising, that you include adequate salts with a sports drink, formulated to both hydrate and restore much-needed electrolytes. Or eat a pickle. Many people don’t like to drink plain water, or just don’t have the habit of doing it.
However, much of the water we take in each day comes from food. You can ensure proper hydration by drinking other fluids and by eating foods that have a high-water content. Cucumber: This veggie has the highest water content of any solid food at 95 percent. Between the yogurt and all the fresh fruit, smoothies are a great, and tasty, way to stay hydrated. Not sure what fruits and vegetables to pick?
Strawberries, peaches, cucumbers, spinach, and blueberries are all excellent options. 5. Pack your plate with vegetables. Much like smoothies, salads are a great way to give you a hydrating boost. If like most people, you hate drinking water because it’s boring but know you need to drink more to stay healthy then you can try infusing water with fruit.
This is a way to improve the taste, add extra vitamins, minerals and nutrients to your water without any calories.
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