Hydration Tips For Your Kids

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Although plain drinking water is a clear choice for proper hydration, it's not the only option.

Tips

Other beverages such as milk, juice, sports drinks and soft drinks—and even moist foods such as fruits and vegetables—help meet the body's water needs.

Your children’s daily hydration needs will vary depending on their ages, genders and physical activity levels; the temperature outside; and their health, including whether they have a temperature. Generally, healthy kids who aren’t involved in rigorous physical activity or sports get enough water by drinking when they’re thirsty and eating a balanced diet.

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