17 Foods That Are Known To Boost Hydration

Are you constantly thirsty? Are you ever parched and water doesn’t seem to help?

You may be dehydrated.

A jaw-dropping 60% of our human bodies are comprised of water.

I’m willing to wager that over 80% of people in today’s society don’t drink enough water.

When I discover that someone doesn’t drink water to replenish and recycle the gunk in their bodies, I always ask them a simple question:

“Do you change the oil in your car?”

Usually, the answer is yes. You wouldn’t think twice about changing your oil!

When we treat our vehicles better than we treat our bodies, we have a problem.

There is a misconception that you need to drink your body weight in ounces or a gallon of water a day for you to stay hydrated.

What if there was a way for you to hydrate with food? What if we could drink a couple of glasses of water a day and hydrate the remainder of our bodies daily intake by consuming food?

Here are the Top 18 Foods That Are Known To Boost Hydration

 

1. Grapefruit – 88% Water

Red, Blanco, Pink, White — whatever kind of grapefruit it is, know that your consuming superior hydrating qualities with each bite. Jampacked with minerals and vitamins, grapefruit is a staple in the hydration-focused community.

2. Cabbage – 92% Water

Cruciferous in denotation, cabbage is one of those vegetables that you can really benefit from (anti-inflammatory and phytochemical content).

3. Cauliflower – 92% Water

Similar to cabbage, cauliflower is packed with minerals, vitamins, and 92% water content!

4. Bell Peppers – 92% Water

Bell peppers are rich and plentiful in carotenoid antioxidants, vitamin C, and minerals. Bell peppers are truly amazing!

5. Tomatoes – 94% Water

At a whopping 94% water content, tomatoes are one of the juiciest, delicious, and all around good for you vegetables in our hydration arsenal. Vitamin A is one of the best benefits of this little red veggie.

6. Plain Yogurt – 88% Water

Plain, unsweetened, regular plain yogurt is packed with protein, vitamins, minerals, phosphorus, and potassium! At 88% water content in tandem with these health-boosting benefits, you can’t go wrong. Just make sure you read the label!

7. Celery – 95% Water

Celery can be described as one of those really unique vegetables — at only 16 calories a cup, you practically burn more calories to eat the celery than the actual caloric content in celery. Awesome vegetable to add to your toolkit!

8.Zucchini – 94% Water

Talk about fiber! Zucchini is an excellent source of both fiber and water. Zucchini boasts a whopping 20 calories per cup — an excellent side to any meal!

9.Broths & Soups – 92% Water

Everyone loves soup! The base of soups and broths are typically water or a water-based substance.

10.Lettuce – 96% Water

Vitamin K and A are both prevalent in lettuce. Be sure to add lettuce to your meals for an extra hydration boost and awesome vitamins!

11. Cucumber – 95% Water

Cucumbers are incredible. At a 95% water content, the remainder of cucumbers can be summed up as vitamins, potassium, and magnesium. What else could you ask of a vegetable?

12. Oranges – 88% Water

Even though nothing rhymes with “orange”, we can still relate it to some pretty awesome facts: fiber, vitamin C, potassium, and disease-fighting antioxidants. Here is some awesome research on some of the contents of oranges!

13. Peaches – 89% Water

Peaches are incredibly nutrient-dense. Just under 90% water, peaches contain a plethora of vitamins and minerals. Here is some additional — and quite extensive — research done by NCBI.

14. Cantaloupe – 90% Water

Would you like to promote your feeling of satiety and fullness? Look no further than cantaloupe: the wonder-melon. Cantaloupe contains 90% water and a modest amount of fiber which helps keep you feeling full.

15. Strawberries – 91% Water

These don’t have to be on a list for me to eat them! Strawberries have an incredibly high water content while also boasting fiber, antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, folate, and manganese. Talk about wonder fruit! If that wasn’t enough to convince you to eat more strawberries, please read this research (NCBI) that researches how these little berries can actually protect against heart disease, diabetes, and Alzheimer’s.

16. Watermelon – 92% Water

With the word “water” actually in its name, it is no wonder watermelon can pride itself in its 92% water content. At only 46 calories per cup, watermelon can be consumed in larger quantities without risking “spilling over” your daily caloric count. Watermelon truly is incredible.

17. Cottage Cheese – 80% Water

You know cottage cheese: the creamy, thick, and chunky stuff in the plastic container near the regular cheese in the supermarket! Did you know cottage cheese contains 80% water? Try incorporating cottage cheese into your diet for hydration purposes and as a rich protein source.

Bonus: Coconut Water – 95% Water

Bonus! Coconut water — have you ever tried it? For me, it doesn’t taste too much like coconut, at least in terms of that harsh and often intense tropical flavor. It is a very smooth and refreshing beverage that I drink almost every other day. I enjoy the benefits of coconut water (sodium, chloride, electrolytes [!], rehydrating effects) as well as the exercise recovery benefits often associated with its consumption. A BIG thumbs up for coconut water!

 

If you are having trouble staying hydrated with fluid utilization alone, give these foods (and coconut water) a try! As always, please consult your doctor prior to trying anything new.

Learn about the best nerve pain solution on the market

The formula has been used by more than 100,000 people and comes with a 100% money back guarantee. If you act now, you can get a FREE 2 week trial of the product.

Claim your sample now