Eat Water-Rich Fruits & Veggies

Today is day 8 of the Hydration Challenge!  Today's tip is to eat water-rich fruits and veggies. 

Many fruits and vegetables are close to 90 percent water. Include these types of high-water content produce in your meals or as snacks for added hydration:
Vegetables Fruit
Cucumber Watermelon
Lettuce Strawberries
Celery Grapefruit
Radishes Apricots
Tomatoes Cherries
Bell Peppers Grapes
Zucchini Oranges

Tossing some of these fruits and vegetables in a salad is a great way to get in more water and at least 5 servings of fruits and vegetables in a day. What are some other ideas for achieving both? Let us know in our in our challenge updates section hereprivate Facebook group, or on Twitter, or Instagram. Also, did you post your day 7 photos yet? It's not too late. Tag us with #HealthyNurse.

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Posted by Healthy Nurse, Healthy Nation (HNHN) on Jul 18, 2018 8:52 AM America/Chicago

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Love watermelon and grapefruit! Who k we radishes had extra water in them?
  • Posted Thu 22 Aug 2019 01:46 PM CDT
 My husband got me a cute new water bottle for our anniversary so using that today! 
  • Posted Thu 22 Aug 2019 08:48 AM CDT

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