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The Most Hydrating Foods and Drinks That Aren’t Water

Drinking water can be too plain or simple at times and we don’t realise how much water we need to stay hydrated. According to research, we should be eating 20 percent of our daily water intake. There are a lot of fruits and vegetables, which are mostly made of water and would keep us hydrated. Water is also not the only fluid we can drink to stay hydrated. There are a lot of other great options when water isn’t really your craving.

So, we have compiled a great list for you to keep you hydrated all the time and also keep your taste buds happy at the same time.

Hydrating Fruits:


Hydrating Fruits Watermelon

Watermelon is one of the best options when you need an extra little hydration during the summer. Made mostly of water, it also contains salt; calcium and magnesium which makes it taste so good.


Hydrating Fruits Strawberries

Strawberries contain 91 percent water, which is more than raspberries and blueberries that contain 85 percent water. Plus, they taste good.


Hydrating Fruits Cucumbers

One of the healthiest foods to eat Cucumbers contains 96 percent water, has no saturated fat or cholesterol, and is very high in vitamin K, Vitamin B6 and iron.



Tomatoes contain 94.5 percent water. It is a great hydrated snack as we can just pop it right into our mouth.

Hydrating Vegetables:


Hydrating Vegetables Spinach

Containing 91.4 percent water and rich in nutrients like potassium, fibre and 15 percent of our daily intake of Vitamin E. No wonder why Popeye loved spinach so much.

Baby Carrots

Baby Carrots

Baby carrots contain more water than a full grown carrot. A baby carrot is made of 90.4 percent water, on the other hand, a fully grown carrot has 88.3 percent water.

Drinks That Aren’t Water


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Smoothies are a great summer drink where we can mix and match our fruits and vegetables.  It is definitely refreshing and keeps us full longer than water.

You may also like our article: Disadvantages Of Drinking Water While Standing 

Coconut Water

Coconut Water

Low in carbohydrates and yet rich in potassium, it’s one of the best hydrating drinks which also tastes good. So next time when you feel dehydrated and water isn’t cutting it, try one of these snacks or drinks to replenish your hydration.

Fat-free or skim milk

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Milk is a great source of calcium and far better for rehydration than sports drinks. Everyone should have at least a glass of milk every day.

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