Your first urination of the day should be a yellow color. It's important to note that urine can temporarily change colors depending on how hydrated you are, medications you are taking and what you are eating. Although it's uncommon, some medications and foods can make your urine look green, or even blue!
What your urine is telling you:
Transparent-Yellow Urine: This is the normal urine color of a healthy, well-hydrated body. This is what it should look like.
Transparent Or Clear Urine: You should always be properly hydrated, but you can actually drink too much water, which will make your urine virtually colorless. Over hydration for long periods of time can lead to serious complications.
Dark Yellow Urine: Still "normal"—but verging on signs of dehydration. You should probably start sipping water more regularly.
Honey-Colored Urine: Time to up the water consumption. This isn't going to cut it.
Maple-Syrup-Colored Urine: Uh-oh! This is could suggest severe dehydration
The average American should urinate 4 to 6 times per day. In general, urine that is very clear indicates a sign of good internal health.