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The Best Foods for Hydration

By Nicki Miller Reviewed by Briana Rodriquez, R.D. Science-Backed

Is there anything better than a cold glass of water on a hot summer’s day? We think not. Water isn’t just a refreshing drink — it helps your body to function at its best. Every part of the body needs water to work, from your skin and organs to your bones and joints. Water is naturally lost through breathing, perspiration and digestion, so it’s important to replenish it by eating and drinking foods and beverages with a high water content. 

Nicki Miller

Nicki Miller, Contributing Writer for Jenny Craig

Nicki is a journalist with expertise in healthy eating and exercise. She is the former editor-in-chief of Competitor Running and managing editor of Women's Running magazines and writes articles and crafts recipes for a variety of websites and publications. She also loves cycling, making music and is wild about cats, dogs and other animals. 


Favorite healthy snack: anything with nut butter!

 

 

Reviewed by Briana Rodriquez, RDN

Briana Rodriquez, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist at Jenny Craig

Briana is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Personal Trainer for Jenny Craig, based in Carlsbad, California. She is passionate about utilizing food as functional and preventative medicine. Guided by a simplistic and optimistic approach, Briana’s philosophy is to help people improve their health and achieve their goals through the development of sustainable habits to live a healthy life. In her free time, you can find her strength training, indoor cycling, coffee tasting, and at local eateries with her husband and two dogs. 


Favorite healthy snack: peanut butter with celery alongside a grapefruit-flavored sparkling water (so refreshing!)

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This article is based on scientific research and/or other scientific articles and was written by an experienced health and lifestyle contributor and fact-checked by Briana Rodriquez, RDN, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist at Jenny Craig. 


Our goal at Jenny Craig is to provide the most up-to-date and objective information on health-related topics, so our readers can make informed decisions based on factual content. All articles undergo an extensive review process, and depending on topic, are reviewed by a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) or Nutritionist, to ensure accuracy. 


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I love to make a veggie smoothie to go with my Jenny Craig meal on a hot summer day.

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3 hours ago, Guest Jenny Girl said:

I love to make a veggie smoothie to go with my Jenny Craig meal on a hot summer day.

That sounds great! 

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