15 hydration-boosting foods

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Apples contain a lot of water, as anyone who has tried to eat one in public knows. They have 3 grams of fiber, a good amount of vitamin C, and only 50 calories.

Apples

Did you know that a cup of bell peppers has three times the vitamin C as an orange? They are high in antioxidants and over 90% water!

Bell peppers

Broccoli, which is nearly 90% water, is a great addition to a cookout platter. Raw broccoli retains the most nutrients, including fiber, iron, and vitamins C and K.

Broccoli

Cantaloupe, a melon cousin, is also high in water content. Cantaloupe is one of the best summer snacks when served chilled.

Cantaloupe

Do you know how sad and dried out carrots look in the fridge? That's because they're mostly water, around 88 percent.

Carrots

Celery is 95% water, making it a healthier alternative to carrots for delivering dips, dressings, and spreads to your taste buds. It's also high in potassium and vitamin K!

Celery

Cottage cheese is the only type of cheese touted as a weight-loss food.

Cottage cheese

If the idea of cucumber water seems strange to you, remember that cucumbers are 96% water, so they are already cucumber water. It's the list's wettest item.

Cucumber

How much water is in grapefruit? Ready? 1 c. 1 c! Plus, one grapefruit has more than twice the daily recommended vitamin C and antioxidants.

Grapefruit

Honeydew melons have the same amount of water as cantaloupes, which makes sense because they're often combined in fruit salads.

Honeydew

Kale is a superfood known for its high levels of vitamins A, C, and K, protein, fiber, and omega-3 fatty acids.

Kale

Kale, like most lettuces, including iceberg and romaine, is very watery. In fact, iceberg is right up there with cucumber in terms of water content.

Lettuce

Oranges are good for juicing not only because they taste good, but also because they contain water. They contain fiber, antioxidants, and vitamin C.

Oranges

Fresh peaches are high in vitamins A, C, E, and K, as well as fiber, potassium, and water. Peaches are almost 90% water!

Peaches

Pineapples are great for three things: tropical drinks, pizza toppings (we dare you), and hydration (over 85% water). In addition, they contain vitamins and enzymes such as bromelain.

Pineapple

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