Eat Your Water With These 10 Hydrating Foods


Cucumbers are composed of about 95% water, making them an excellent hydrating snack. Add slices to salads or enjoy them as a refreshing snack.

Watermelon (92% water):

As the name suggests, watermelon has a high water content and is a delicious and hydrating fruit.

Strawberries (91% water):

These berries are not only tasty but also contain a high percentage of water, contributing to hydration.

Lettuce (95% water):

Various types of lettuce, such as iceberg and romaine, have high water content and are great additions to salads.

Cantaloupe (89% water):

This sweet melon is a hydrating fruit that can be enjoyed on its own or added to fruit salads.

Pineapple (86% water):

Pineapple is a tropical fruit with high water content, providing both hydration and a burst of flavor.

Radishes (95% water):

adishes have a high water content and can add a peppery crunch to salads.

Broccoli (89% water):

Broccoli is a hydrating vegetable that also provides various nutrients when added to your meals.

Coconut Water (95% water):

While not a solid food, coconut water is a hydrating beverage that can be consumed for added fluid intake.

Soup (varies):

Broth-based soups, especially those with high water content like vegetable soup, contribute to hydration.

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