Green smoothies are the perfect post-workout breakfast or mid-afternoon pick-me-up. Spinach, kale, and lettuce have high water content, so start with those.
Blend watermelon with ice, water, and lime juice for a delightful, summery slushie—no sugar needed.
Coconut water is a natural source of salt, potassium, and manganese. Coconut can help restore equilibrium.
A popular drink in Mexico and Central America, agua fresca is produced by combining fruit, water, and often a sweetener.
Cucumber has 96% water, the most of any food. This veggie can be sliced for simple eating and water infusions, blended with water, or pressed into juice.
Did your parents feed you soup when you were sick as a child? Bone broth helps rehydrate and nourish our bodies while we're ill.
Milk can give liquids and nutrients to help muscles recuperate after exercise.
Tea is a water-based beverage, so it's no surprise that it's hydrating.
Yogurt is strong in bacteria and water and promotes digestive health, hydration, and protein.