5 Fun Ways to Stay Hydrated (Besides Water)


5. Herbal teas
If you want a break from juicing (and chopping and mixing) then simply brew yourself a cup of tea. Good options include chamomile, peppermint or nettle tea, and for hot summer days, cool them in the fridge for a homemade iced tea. Again, there is no limit to the choices and varieties of teas you can drink. Mix them up so that you’re never bored with the taste. More importantly, you will provide the body with the fluids and hydration it needs even if you’re not a “water drinker”.

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By Eleanor Healy| May 06, 2017
Categories:  Care
Keywords:  CareHealth Concerns

About the Author

Eleanor Healy

Eleanor Healy

Eleanor Healy is a writer with a passion for holistic health. As a Registered Holistic Nutritionist (RHN), Reiki Master/Teacher and former Child and Youth Care worker, she spent many years navigating the choppy waters of burnout and trying to stay balanced in a demanding world. Her mission is to offer practical tips and techniques from her own trial and error process, so that you can live your best life! Follow Eleanor on Facebook and keep in touch with her at [email protected].


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