6 Types of Vegetables to Hydrate Your Body

Being dehydrated can make you feel tired, restless, and overall bad. There are many
different methods to rehydrate your body. It is easy to become tired of chugging water,
drinking electrolyte drinks, or sports drinks. There are many foods that can help you feel
more hydrated.


Cucumbers have the greatest amount of water content of any solid food. They have a
water content of 96.7%. You can eat cucumbers in salads, sliced, or even dip them in
hummus or tzatziki. You can also mix cucumber into yogurt, eat with mint, or even
freeze slices into ice cubes. Any way you eat them, cucumbers are sure to make you
feel more refreshed.

2-Iceberg Lettuce

Iceberg lettuce has a water content of 95.6%. This type of lettuce has the highest water
content of any lettuce variety. You can eat iceberg lettuce as an addition to sandwiches
or even use it as a base for a salad. Iceberg lettuce is also great to use as a wrap for
burgers or tacos.


Celery has a water content equal to 95.4%. Celery is a low calorie food, having only six
calories per stalk. This vegetable also has enough fiber to fill you up and keep you
satisfied. Celery also contains several nutrients and vitamins including folate, vitamin K,
vitamin A, and Vitamin C. Celery is also able to neutralize stomach acid due to its high
water content.


Tomatoes also contain a high water content at 94.5%. They are a delicious addition to
salads, sandwiches, and sauces. Cherry tomatoes also make a great and easy snack
when you are on the go.

5-Bell Peppers

Bell peppers have a water content of 93.9%. All colors of bell peppers have a very high
water content. Green peppers have the highest water content, followed by red and
yellow bell peppers. Bell peppers are also extremely high in antioxidants, which fight
free radicals. Bell peppers can be eaten raw with hummus, added to a salad, or cooked
in addition to other vegetables in a stir fry.


Cauliflower has a water content of 92.1%. They also are high in phytonutrients and
vitamins that are known to lower cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of cancers.
Cauliflower is delicious in both raw and cooked forms. You can dip cauliflower in ranch
or hummus, roast a head of cauliflower, or add it to soups.

In short, it’s not just these vegetables that are good to hydrating your body. There are great varieties. Only you can choose the ones you like the most and share with your loved ones.

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