According to some researchers, the color of urine matches hydration levels in humans . Therefore, it has been proposed that urine color could be used to determine our individual hydration levels. So what color should urine be?
Recommendations for the color we should aim for seem to range from clear urine, to pale yellow, to straw-colored.
But who is right and what is actually healthy? This question could be relevant to those of us who suffer from bladder problems, especially overactive bladder (OAB).