Hydrate With These Water-Rich Foods

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Good news! You can hydrate your body by consuming these Water-Rich Foods. Although doctors and nutritionists admonish us to drink 8-10 glasses of water daily, it is not easy for many people to take that much water in a day. Did you know that 60-70% of the human body is made up of water? Every organ of the body basically requires water to function normally. Hydrating will prevent health problems including constipation, cancer, kidney stones, acne and skin dryness, muscle cramps, low blood pressure, headaches and organ failure in extreme cases as well as increases energy levels and improves brain function. Let’s discover the water-rich foods that we need.

Watermelon: A low-calorie refreshing fruit composed of 92%water, fiber, antioxidants, vitamin C, vitamin A, and magnesium. It’s best eaten as a whole fruit but you can also extract juice. Chew the seeds too and your body will have you to thank.

Cucumber: Comprising of 95% water, this is the lowest calorie vegetable that you can easily find. Cucumbers are refreshing and have magnesium, potassium and vitamin K. Eat it as a whole vegetable or mix it with your salad.

Lettuce: Containing 96% water, 1g fiber, and folate which is good for pregnant mothers as it prevents neural tube birth defects. Eat it with your salads or eat it as a wrap.

Cauliflower: Contains 92% water and more than 15 different minerals and vitamins. Cauliflower is good for metabolism and brain health. Mix it with your vegetables.

Cabbage: It has 92% water, high in fiber, vitamins, and folate. Eat it as a vegetable salad, steam it or stir-fry it.

Coconut water: A refreshing natural beverage which is 95% water and rich in electrolytes.

Grapefruit: This healthy citrus fruit contains 88% water, rich in fiber, vitamins, minerals, and anti-oxidants. Grapefruit is an immunity boosting fruit that you can eat whole or extract its juice.

Bell peppers: These are made up of 92% water, loaded with fiber, vitamins, potassium, carotenoid antioxidants which protects us from eye diseases. They are rich in vitamin-C which has numerous benefits to the body. Eat them raw in salads or include them in your sauce.

Tomatoes: Composed of 94% water, rich in fiber and essential vitamins, Eat it whole as a vegetable, or with a salad or use it to make stew.

Plain yogurt: It has 88% water content, rich in proteins and minerals essential for bone health and development and promotes weight loss. Eat plain yogurt to achieve all its benefits.

Celery: A low-calorie water-rich vegetable with 95% water content and also loaded with vitamin K and potassium, very essential for body health. Eat it raw or cooked with your soups and salads.

Strawberries: These contain 91% water, high fiber content, essential minerals and vitamins which help the body in preventing inflammation and diseases attached to it. Eat it whole, blend it in a smoothie or include it in your salad.

It is more delightful to eat these water-rich fruits and vegetables. Don’t wait for your body to sound the alarm. It will do you a whole lot of good to make it a habit to hydrate. It’s been made clear that ‘prevention is better than cure!’. #Rewordit


  1. Thanks to you, now I know that I don’t have to force myself to drink lots of clear water to stay hydrated. I will enjoy fruits and vegetables henceforth.


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