The right way to hydrate during a workout, according to a doctor

You probably know by now that it's important to stay hydrated when you exercise, especially if you're working out as much as you should. But one thing you may not know is the right way to do it.

Water is obviously great, but if you're someone who likes a bit of flavor while you hydrate, you may want to get your hands on some WTRMLN WTR. It's cold-pressed juiced watermelon that's actually become pretty popular among celebs like Taylor Swift, Madonna and Sofia Vergara. It consists of just watermelon flesh, watermelon rind and organic lemon, with no added sugar or water.

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We got the scoop on WTRMLN WTR from Mark Hyman, MD, Founder and Medical Director of The UltraWellness Center and 9 times New York Times bestselling author to find out what makes it so great -- and why it's garnered some celebrity fans.

Check out the slideshow below for Dr. Mark Hyman's thoughts on WTRMLN WTR:



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