10 Hydrating Foods That Will Transform Your Diet

Read on for 10 of the most hydrating foods to help improve your energy, focus, and overall health.

Strawberries

STRAWBERRIES

Strawberries contain about 91% water and are one of the most refreshing fruits.

Cucumber

CUCUMBER

It may come as no surprise that cucumbers rank highly among hydrating foods, the contain  95% water. Cucumbers are also an excellent source of vitamin K.

celery

CELERY

Made of 95% water, celery may not technically have “negative calories,” but are a refreshing (and very hydrating) alternative to dry, calorie-dense snacks.

BELL PEPPER

Rich in antioxidants and vitamin C, raw bell peppers comprise approximately 92% water.

CANTALOUPE

Made up of about 90% water, cantaloupe is an often overlooked all-star among hydrating foods. It’s also rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, and a number of B vitamins.

GRAPEFRUIT

Grapefruit has been celebrated for an array of potential health benefits, and its appetite-curbing water content is no exception. At 90% water, grapefruit’s water content is comparable to that of cantaloupe’s.

spinach

SPINACH

We all know that spinach is good for us, but here’s one more reason to add to the list: Spinach contains approximately 91% water, making it one of the best leafy greens to supplement your water intake.

TOMATO

As long as you’re eating spinach, it wouldn’t hurt to throw a few slices of tomato on top. This hydrating food contains 94% water as well as impressive amounts of biotin, vitamin C, and vitamin K.

RADISHES

The next time you’re in the produce aisle, consider picking up a bunch of radishes. This crunchy, slightly bitter root veggie packs plenty of nutrients and contains 95% water.

Watermelons

WATERMELON

Perhaps the most predictable of our favorite hydrating foods is watermelon. At about 91% water content, this fruit also contains healthy doses of vitamin A, vitamin B6, and antioxidants.

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