Most of us can live weeks without food, but without water or some other way to stay hydrated, we would only last a few days. If you want to make staying hydrated more interesting than that taste-challenged drink of water, you might want to give these a try.
(1) Coconut water
The coconut is enjoying something of a surge in popularity in recent years, and coconut water is definitely along for the ride. Coconut water does not have all the carbohydrates that so many of the sports drinks have, and coconut water has plenty of potassium, which is good for the muscles, and can help prevent cramps and spasms.
Much like celery, a lot of folks may not care for the taste of cucumbers, but if you are not a big cuke fan, you may want to try getting your hands on some garden-fresh samples from a roadside stand or a farmer’s market. You would be surprised how much better a fresh cucumber can taste compared to the standard store-bought fare.
At one time it was believed that coffee actually contributed to dehydration, since it is a diuretic, but more recent findings reveal that coffee is actually a good choice to help you stay hydrated. Black coffee without sugar is probably best for your health, since cutting down on sugar is always beneficial
There are about a million different ways to make a smoothie, and most of them make for an excellent way to stay hydrated. You can put just about anything you want in a smoothie, including all kinds of healthy fruits and vegetables.
Considering that celery stalks are made up of about 95 percent water, eating them is a good alternate way to stay hydrated. They also have nutrients like potassium and vitamin K, which is a nice bonus. Celery is not a big hit with everyone, since it has a rather unique taste all its own.
Source: Daily Entertainment