Tip #1: Add a Splash of FlavorInfuse 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 #2: 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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Tip #3: Use a Hydration AppTrack and improve your daily water intake with useful apps like Waterlogged. These helpful apps chart your water levels and offer reminders to keep you hydrated.
iBastin S, Henken K. University of Kentucky College of Agriculture: Water Content of Fruits and Vegetables. 1994