Eat Water-Rich Fruits & Veggies

7de12140a898ae44f4daaf2d30bad1b2-huge-anHow did you do in the Hydration Challenge over the weekend? Post your numbers (in ounces) in our challenge updates section here.

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. Consider these mouth-watering and hydrating recipes from Greatist. Share your healthy, water-filled meal ideas here, in our private Facebook group, on Twitter, or Instagram.

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Posted by Healthy Nurse, Healthy Nation (HNHN) on Apr 28, 2020 5:00 PM America/Chicago

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