“The color of your urine is often considered a reliable indicator of your state of hydration," explains Dr. Robert Glatter, an emergency services physician at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. "A deeper yellow color, as opposed to a lighter or clear color, can indicate dehydration. When your urine is darker in color, it generally indicates that you need to drink more fluids." But sometimes, the thought of chugging one more glass of H20 can make your eyeballs float, right? When you need a break from the water bottle try these other surprising ways to quench your thirst. Here’s a hint: get ready to fire up that grill.
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