I am always trying to find fun ways to stay hydrated! Drinking water is so important — especially during the hot summer months. This goji berry water is the perfect way to get in your water!

Water makes up roughly 60% of the human body and helps keep organs functioning properly. Pairing it with fun mix ins, like goji berries, is a great way to make sure you are drinking enough throughout the day!

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Past studies have shown that a large majority of Americans may be dehydrated. Dehydration can lead to low energy, lack of focus, muscle cramps, and more. Drinking enough water daily can help prevent these things and also keeps your body functioning. It is generally recommended that you drink at least eight 8oz glasses of water per day. Depending on your activity level and bodyweight, you may need to drink more.

Goji Berries

Goji berries are often praised for their high levels of antioxidants. In particular, they contain the antioxidant zeaxanthin that is thought to be beneficial for eye health. Goji berries are a great source of Vitamin A and minerals like copper, selenium, and iron. Surprisingly, they also contain a decent amount of protein. When eating dried goji berries on their own they can be a bit rough and chewy. However, soaking them in water makes them soft and creates an effect similar to drinking boba.

Looking for more hydrating drinks? Try this lovely Lilac Lemon Water!

Goji Berry Water | Rainbowl Foods

Goji Berry Water

Drink enough water with this nutritious goji berry beverage!
Prep Time 2 minutes
Wait Time 20 minutes
Servings 1


  • 1 large glass of water 16 ounces or more
  • 1 small handful of dried goji berries roughly 2-4 tablespoons


  • Fill a large glass with filtered water.
  • Add a small handful of goji berries — between 2 and 4 tablespoons — to the water.
  • Let sit 20+ minutes. You may want to put it in the fridge to chill so it is nice and cold when you are ready to drink it.
Goji Berry Water | Rainbowl FoodsGoji Berry Water | Rainbowl FoodsI am not a medical professional. This content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition, dietary changes, or well-being.

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