What color is your urine? Urine naturally carries a yellow pigment. As long as you are well hydrated your urine will be almost clear or light light yellowNormal pee should be the color of straw. If your pee is so colorless that it looks like water, you probably drank more than you needed.If your urine becomes deep amber or light brown, you may be getting dehydrated. Remember that different pigments in the food you eat or medication that you take can change the color of your urine.However, at times, your urine color can be a sign of a health condition that you need to address.Urine colorsClearThis is the ideal color! You are hydrated and healthy.Light YellowThis is good. You are hydrated and healthy.Transparent YellowThere is not anything to worry about. This urine color is normal.Dark YellowYou are dehydrated. Increase your daily intakeOrangeThis can be liver/bile duct problems, dehydration, or food dye. You should drink some water, if it doesn’t change, Check it out.Amber/HoneyThis means you should drink water – you are very dehydrated.Blue/GreenThis is typically a sign of food dye or an effect of medication but it could be a bacterial infection or disease. Contact a urologist if it is persistent.Syrup/BrownThis can be liver disease or severe dehydration. You should drink some water, if it doesn’t change, give your doctor a call.Pink/RedTypically this is a sign of infection, blood, prostate problems, or kidney disease unless you recently ate beets..Foamy/FizzyThis may be a sign of kidney problems or too much protein. If this is ongoing, give the doctor a callOther Colors:This could be caused by many things such as dyes, medications, laxatives, or chemotherapy. For educational purposes only. nNot intended to treat, diagnose, cure or prevent disease. Consult your healthcare provider before taking supplements.