Stay Hydrated – Foods With High Water Content

Rising summer temperatures force us to drink even more than usual. To avoid getting sick of drinking too much water, check out our gallery of fruits and vegetables that have a high water content.

Watermelon – around 92%

Strawberries – around 92%

Grapefruit – around 91%

Cantaloupe – around 90%

Peaches – around 88%

Cucumbers – around 96%

Lettuce – around 95%

Celery – around 95%

Radishes -around 95%

Tomatoes – around 94%

Broccoli – around 89%

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