Did you know that most people are chronically dehydrated? Don’t let that be you! Hydration means meeting your body’s need for water, but it also means getting the right balance of salt and water. If you never add any salt to your food and you cook at home, you might need to add a little sea salt to your diet. If you consume salt already, or you use table salt, you might need to drink more water to compensate. Try to find the balance. A good indication of how hydrated you are is the color of your urine. It should be a light-yellow color, almost clear. Keep some filtered water close to you at all times, and sip it before you’re thirsty. And if you can’t stand the taste of water, try making some lemonade with ice and xylitol or stevia.

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