The types of urine – or, better said, the colors of urine – have been one of the most widely used ways of knowing a person’s state of health since ancient times. Thanks to these colors, it’s possible to study possible ailments of various kinds, not just renal or urinary issues.

We expel hundreds of types of waste through our urine that the body doesn’t need, which comes from everything we eat and drink. Therefore, food and hydration are directly associated with the color of our urine.

The aspects that come to be considered are color, density, and odor. Of course, this is all at a superficial level, since a laboratory analysis is more comprehensive.

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