Do you keep tabs on the color and odor of your pee?

Tracking these simple things can be a huge indicator for you to ID if something is going on that shouldn’t be.

Changes in color could be signs of being under or over hydrated, or liver, kidney or bladder issues.

Changes in odor could be signs of eating certain foods (like asparagus, garlic, onions or coffee), being dehydrated, or signs of an infection.

Remember that if anything seems out of the ordinary, to please go see your Dr. right away & have them check you out.

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The key here is to remember to focus on hydration that will allow you to flush out waste.

Follow these simple tips to assure that you are getting good hydration:

1). Drink 1/2 your body weight in fl oz of filtered water per day.

2). Add in a dash of lemon, lime or orange juice or add some herbs like mint or lemon balm to help make it taste better.

3). Set reminders on your calendar to drink water every hour.

4). Drink your water from metal or glass vs from plastic, as it contains BPA which can harm your health.

5). Limit your water consumption 30 minutes before after a meal to help prevent the dilution of your stomach acid, which will keep your digestive track running at its optimal level.

So remember to focus on keeping tabs on the color & odor of your pee to keep it moving & you’ll be in a great place.

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