How to Hydrate Without Drinking Water

Even though we all know that water is one of the best things for our bodies, it can still be tough to take in an adequate amount. For a lot of people, they simply don’t like water. That Coke or juice is just too tempting, and as a result, we take in too many calories and not near enough of the good stuff. If this is you, don’t stress; you’re in the majority. In order to stay healthy and hydrated, however, check out these ways to get plenty of water without drinking glass after glass.

Waterlogged Food

If you’re not so keen on drinking water because of its flavorless taste, try eating these foods that are delicious and packed with H2O. Watermelon is quite obviously full of water, hence the name. It’s actually over 90% water! Eating this fruit will help you stay hydrated, and it also tastes great. Other foods that are full of water are cucumber, iceberg lettuce, celery, and strawberries. Eating one or all of these foods regularly will help your body get the water it needs to function efficiently, and you can enjoy the process all at the same time.

Coconut Water

Coconut water is amazing for the body. In fact, along with being great for hydration, it also has a huge blast of antioxidants which keep the cells and body protected. If you get the right kind of coconut water, it has a very fresh and mildly sweet taste. Drinking coconut water is an excellent choice for those that don’t want water, but are still looking for the benefits of being extremely hydrated. Drinking this will have you feeling and looking better all over.


For many years, people have been using pickles as a cure for hangovers and as a post workout drink. The combination of sodium and vinegar makes it great for replacing electrolytes and giving your body back some of what it loses naturally in sweat. It will help to re-hydrate the body, which is what makes it great for both of the ailments mentioned above. It doesn’t matter if you eat pickles or just drink the juice. You’ll be getting the same great benefits either way.

Getting enough water can be tough for a lot of people, but with a little knowledge it is definitely possible. Since water is so important for every part of your body, it’s important to find something that works for you. Try these alternatives to water to keep your body healthy and hydrated.

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