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Feeling thirsty – EAT YOUR WATER!

Image of a market stall selling fresh fruits and vegetables. The text on the image say: Feeling thirsty, eat your water! as an invitation to consider fruits and vegetables as another source of daily hydration

We’ve all heard the advice: drink at least 2 liters or 8 cups of water every day. We know it’s important because our bodies really need water to work well. If you check a smart scale, you’ll see that about 55-60% of our bodies are made of water. Even a little dehydration can lead to problems like feeling tired, struggling to concentrate, and getting headaches. If we ignore it for too long, it can cause serious health issues.
But in our busy lives, even though we carry water bottles everywhere, it’s still hard to drink enough water. Sometimes, water can taste a bit plain compared to sugary or other drinks alternatives (I can easily say, I’m often very guilty to prioritize coffee !). But what if there’s another way? A way that not only keeps us hydrated but also gives our bodies important stuff like nutrients, vitamins, minerals, and other natural plant compounds.