Beat The Summertime Heat


Most people need a minimum of eight to 12 cups each day. Invest in a reusable water bottle.

Sparking Water

For those who like a little bubbly... Try Canada Dry or La Croix sparkling waters - simply carbonated water and natural flavors.

Infused Water

Fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices from Hy-Vee’s produce department take plain water to a new level without any added calories.

True Citrus

Available in lemon, lime and orange flavors, True Citrus powders contain only crystallized fruit.


Only three ingredients (water, mint and natural flavors); zero calories, available in a variety of flavors.

Crystal Light Pure

Adds a hint of sweetness to water. Flavored with Truvia®, real sugars and natural flavors, and only 15 calories per serving.

Hy-Vee Liquid Water Enhancer

Compare to Crystal Light or Mio water enhancers.

Naked Juice Coconut Water

Coconut water is a natural source of potassium and sodium, important electrolytes that help the body hold onto water and maintain hydration.

Fluid Foods

Choose foods higher in water content at meals and snacks to help improve hydration. Good choices include melons, citrus fruits, strawberries, cucumbers, tomatoes, celery, spinach, yogurt, popsicles and soups.

Sports Drinks

For physical activity lasting longer than one hour, sports drinks are recommended. Look for brands that provide about 50 calories, 110 mg sodium and 15 grams carbohydrate per eight-ounce serving.

Infusion Combinations

  • cherries + lime slices + mint leaves
  • strawberries + peaches or kiwi
  • cucumber + lemon + sliced gingerroot
  • lime + orange + rosemary
  • raspberries + mint + lime

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