Too Lazy to Drink Heaps of Water This Summer? Eat These 5 Fruits with High Water Content and Stay HydratedHealthy Living

April 26, 2019 07:17
Too Lazy to Drink Heaps of Water This Summer? Eat These 5 Fruits with High Water Content and Stay Hydrated

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Summer is here and it is the period of time when you have to be extra careful about your hydration as the humidity and the heat make you sweat extremely leading to dehydration.

And, drinking heaps of water is the only to keep you healthy in this summer. But, a sad reality is most of us feel extra lazy when it comes to drinking water.

Nevertheless, you can try to compensate for the fluid loss in part with a healthy intake of foods that have high water content.

Here's what you should eat this summer to prevent dehydration if you are too lazy to drink enough water:


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Strawberries are not only an amazing treat to the tastebuds but also they keep you hydrated as they contain 92 percent water. Rich in antioxidants and folate, this sweet treat is extremely healthy and is low in calories. Besides, strawberries are also well-known to help maintain low blood sugar levels and also keep your skin healthy.


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Watermelons contain 92 percent water and is considered one of the most popular summer fruits. The fruit is also rich in beta -carotene, lycopene and vitamin C. The nutrient-rich fruit is known to help maintain eyesight, boost immunity and make your skin healthy and supple.


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With 87 percent water content, this fruit is a must-have during summers. While it has a little more sugar than other fruits, pineapples contain bromelain, an anti-inflammatory enzyme that aids digestion, detoxification and boosting the immune system.

Musk Melons

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Musk Melons comprise 90 percent water and are also rich in potassium, which helps correct electrolyte imbalance. Stock up on these delicious fruits this summer to avoid dehydration.


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This vitamin C-rich citrus fruit comprises 87 percent water. Oranges also help your body restore its fluid levels as it has potassium and other vital nutrients.

By Sowmya Sangam

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