What The Color Of Your Pee Reveals About Your Health

From purple, blue, brown, black to green and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.

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1. Orange – 00:39
2. Yellow – 01:23
3. Clear – 02:00
4. Brown – 02:30
5. Red – 03:17
6. Cloudy and Foamy – 04:40
7. Fluorescent – 05:26
8. Green – 05:54
9. Blue – 06:20
10. Purple – 07:13
11. Black – 07:46
12. Weird Odor – 08:07


1. Orange: Just like your skin can skew orange when you eat too many carrots, so can your pee. Overdoing it means you’ve delivered yourself a heaping dose of beta-carotene, which is then excreted in urine.

2. Yellow: Bright yellow urine is a sign of excess B-vitamins in the body, including B-2 and B-12, although this condition is harmless. Taking B-vitamin supplements can lead to urine of this color.

3. Clear: Clear urine indicates that you’re drinking more than the daily recommended amount of water. While being hydrated is a good thing, drinking too much water can rob your body of electrolytes. Urine that occasionally looks clear is no reason to panic. But urine that’s always clear could indicate that you need to cut back on how much water you’re drinking.

4. Brown: One of the foremost reasons for brown urine is dehydration. Even a slight brownish tinge to yellow urine can mean you need to rehydrate with fluids. However, dark brown urine, rusty urine, or coca cola-colored urine can be a sign of rhabdomyolysis. This is a condition where your muscle tissues release a protein into the bloodstream, leading to possible kidney damage.

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