Phillips recommends limiting empty-calorie sweetened beverages and replacing them with unsweetened choices like low-fat milk, homemade iced teas, and water jazzed up with lemon or lime. Keep daily intake of fruit juice to 4-8 ounces, and focus on eating whole fruits instead. “You can also freeze fruit juice in ice-cube trays,” says Phillips. “Pop these into water for a hint of sweet flavor.” Send your children to school or camp with a reusable, BPA-free water container (stainless steel works well) so they get in the aqua habit. And consider stocking the fridge with refreshing, potassium-rich coconut water.