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There is nothing better in the hot summer months than a freshly scooped ice cream cone.
And you don't have to feel guilty about indulging in a few extra scoops thanks to healthier frozen treats that are currently out on the market -- and conveniently sold at your local grocery store.
From cult favorites like Halo Top, whose pints are low-calorie and packed with protein, to hidden gems like Chloe's Frozen Fruit Bars that are dairy-free, gluten-free and vegan, shop all of our favorite frozen treats that have a healthy twist below!
If you're not about that plain water life, simply cut up some fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs and add it to a jug of ice water. Some of our favorite additions include lemon, cucumber, strawberries and basil.
2. Keep a bottle of water near you at all times
Sometimes, you just forget! But if you keep a glass or bottle of water in many places, it'll be a constant reminder to hydrate. We like to keep one in the car, at our desks, on our nightstands and so on.
According to a recent survey, SodaStream drinkers drink 43% more water than consumers who don't own a machine. Forget store-bought bottles and opt for this convenient, eco-friendly and affordable magical machine. We're a big fan.
Drinking? No problem. We're big enthusiasts of this rule. For every drink you have, supplement it with one glass of water. Shots included!
5. Download a water tracking app.
Track your water consumption with your phone. Apps like Hydro Coach and Water Time Pro can offer in-depth statistics on your water drinking habits. Whether you're drinking teas or eating a lot of healthy fruits, these apps take your diet and exercise into account.
6. And with that said, eat your water!
Fruits and vegetables are not only packed with great nutrients, but more water than you probably realize. Here's a breakdown of some of our favorites.
Watermelon: 92% water
Tomatoes: 94% water
Peppers: 94% water
Celery: 96% water
Cucumber: 96% water
7. Invest in a water filter
You might be more inclined to drink water if it's from a crisp, cold pitcher. Especially if you're not a fan of tap water, the Brita helps clean out murky different tastes coming from the faucet!