Plain water is the best way to hydrate, no second guessing necessary. And this stylish water bottle makes it easy to drink enough.
If it’s hard for you to drink plain water all day, infusing your water with fruit is a healthy way to add flavor without adding sugar.
Fruit juice contains about 85 percent water, which makes it super hydrating (just make sure you’re picking 100 percent fruit juice). The vitamins within natural fruits are also healthy.
OK, so this isn’t a drink…but every time you eat watermelon, you’re retaining 92 percent of the liquid you’re eating. That’s better than fruit juice!
Sports drinks also taste more flavorful than water, so they’re easier to drink quickly for those who force themselves to hydrate or who need quick hydration, like athletes.
Tea is also packed with antioxidants. While the best option might be to avoid caffeine in general drinking even regular tea in moderation will help you reach your daily goal.
Coconut water boasts 95 percent water content, which is better than fruit juice. It’s also typically healthier than juices and sports drinks
The studies that found milk to be hydrating didn’t test other “milks,” like soy, coconut or almond, but the Cleveland Clinic recommended the unsweetened
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