Guide On How To Be Hydrated – EAT Nature's Water

Let the Hydration Foundation and Spring Aqua teach you how to drink a better form of water, eat more foods that are hydrating, and move perfectly to hydrate.

It's not just water that's blue, it's green! Eat The Water of Nature.

We think of water as liquid blue, practical and wet, but not nutritious. Original government guidelines on hydration were focused on total ounces, and the surprise is here. Of those ounces, 45 percent came from food. Over the years, it was turned into ounces of liquid and eventually only water by urban legend. But getting hydration from water AND food hydration is the absolute smartest approach on the planet, one designed by nature.

Water from fresh food will hydrate up to two-thirds more than water from a bottle.

The gel water in fruits and vegetables is more nutritious, structured by default, and guess what, more hydrating than liquids because it is filled with fibers to help absorb water not only by flash flood, but also full of nutrients.

Plants are the ideal biological nutrient packaging and hydration in nature, varying from 80 to 98 percent gel water by volume. The next time you eat a vegetable or a fruit, it's a form of water. Foods rich in water are nutrient-rich, filled with antioxidants, amino acid proteins, and vitamins. Minerals such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, and sodium are also borne by them, which are activated by the electrical charge in water are then known as electrolytes that we need for energy.

Not just for biological nutrition, we need this fuel for cognition, judgment, and mood as well. And get this, because of the fiber in plants, because we consume it slower, the water remains in our system longer. It's a triple play of hydrating health: the water of pure nature, absorbent fiber, and not only needed nutrients but electrolytes!

Top 11 Hydrating Fruits (% H3O2)
Starfruit – 91.4%
Watermelon – 91.4%
Strawberries – 91%
Grapefruit – 90.5%
Cantaloupe – 90.2%
Pineapple – 87%
Raspberries – 87%
Blueberries – 85%
Kiwi – 84.2%
Pears – 84%
Grapes – 81.5%
Top 11 Hydrating Veggies (% H3O2)
Cucumbers – 96.7%
Romaine Lettuce – 95.6%
Celery – 95.4%
Radishes – 95.3%
Zucchini – 95%
Peppers – 93.9%
Cauliflower – 92.1%
Spinach – 91.4%
Broccoli – 90.7%
Carrots – 90%
Sprouts – 86.5%
The advantages of Smoothies and New Juices

New juices and smoothies are simple to make and are extremely hydrating, in addition to consuming plenty of fruits and vegetables. Although fresh juices are still more nutritious and hydrating than a glass of water with their gel water, they can be costly to produce and extract filters from the pulp and discard it.

We suggest smoothies as the road to optimum hydration for this purpose. In the whole fruit or vegetable, smoothies merge, preserving the fibers of the plant. These precious plant fibers, or cellulose, often sweep clean micro sized pollutants, cellular waste, and debris that are constantly coming from our industrial environments into our bodies, in addition to helping us remain hydrated longer. Plant compounds can even buffer us from electromagnetic assaults, which create mineral imbalances. With smoothies, there is no tossing out the pulp!

Salt is a Hydrating Solution

Yes, salt will help you keep yourself hydrated. The salts that are natural (unrefined) and extracted are not the same. Natural salts contain sodium, potassium and many other trace minerals, unlike refined salts. Positively charged ions are provided by sodium and negatively charged ions are provided by potassium. This combination generates electrical charges in our cell membranes and keeps cells functioning. If you don’t have enough salt in your system, your body’s internal charge is not balanced and cells can’t receive and transmit impulses the way they should. To learn more about salt and its critical role in hydration, click here. A small amount of natural salt is absolutely essential for hydration.[1]

Spring Aqua water is clean, hydrating (structured water), and life promoting (antioxidant – hydrogen, and ionized minerals). It is recommended by the Hydration Foundation. We want YOU to Rediscover Real Hydration.