Tip #1: How Much Water Should You Drink?While the common advice of drinking eight ounces of water eight times a day is a reasonable baseline, one size does not always fit all. Some people need more water and others less. Things to take into account are how active you are, sweating creates a greater need to hydrate. Likewise, those who are living in hot and humid climates may require more water as well. Using a refillable water bottle or container can help you track how much water you’re drinking throughout the day—and it’s kind to the environment as well!
Tip #2: Natural Flavored WaterInfuse with Farm-Fresh Produce: Add sliced cucumbers, wedges of citrus or fresh berries to a frosty pitcher of water. Freeze to Please: Keep water chilled with flavor-filled ice cubes made with lemon juice, coconut water or fresh herbs, like mint and basil. Try Flavored Waters: Try a natural nutrient-enhanced water, free of artificial flavors and dyes. We carry a variety of flavors at Sprouts, like honeydew, kiwi and pomegranate.
Tip #3: Eat Fresh ProduceDid you know by eating the daily-recommended servings of fruits and veggies you’re not only optimizing your health, but you’re also consuming various levels of water?
Fruits with High Water Content
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iBastin S, Henken K. University of Kentucky College of Agriculture: Water Content of Fruits and Vegetables. 1994