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A trip to the supermarket will find you in the midst of many flavoured water bottles and sachets. 
Like camels, humans are finding inventive ways to get themselves to drink more water (8–10 glasses a day). Water is the essence of life and helps us carry out essential functions, transport vital nutrients throughout the body and emit toxic waste. Yet, we forget to hydrate ourselves adequately.

While there is no substitute for water, one can keep themselves hydrated throughout the day by eating fruits and vegetables with high water content.

Let us take you through the 10 fruits and vegetables you should eat to stay hydrated!

1) Tender Coconut (95% Water)
Coconut water is low in sugar and calories. It is also known for its electrolytic properties, such as potassium, sodium, and manganese. For these reasons, it is the preferred choice of beverage for athletes and sports people. 

How to enjoy: Drink coconut water or infuse it with lemon to make a refreshing shikanji.

2) Cucumber (92% Water)
Like coconuts, cucumbers are also low in calories. It is a great source of vitamin K, lignan, potassium, and molybdenum, making it good for warding off inflammation and digestion.

How to enjoy: Raw cucumber can be enjoyed with a sprinkle of black salt or eaten with yoghurt.

3) Tomato (94% Water). 
The low-calorie tomato is rich in fibre and is an abundant source of vitamins A and C, minerals, and lycopene.

How to enjoy: Make a cold, refreshing gazpacho, put them in salads, or make a sauce out of them.

4) Zucchini (94% Water) 
It is low in calories and rich in fibre and Vitamin C. This summer squash has versatile uses and helps keep digestion in check.

How to enjoy: Order from our selection of pan-ready zoodles and use them in salads and stir-fries. 

5) Lettuce (96% Water)
Lettuce is rich in folates and vitamins K and A, making it extremely beneficial for digestion and fighting inflammation.

How to enjoy: Use lettuce in salads, sandwiches, and as an edible cup.

6) Oranges (92% Water) 
Apart from being rich in Vitamin C, it has high concentrations of potassium and flavonoids, making it a great immunity booster.

How to enjoy: Raw oranges are a great source of fibre; juicing is a tasty alternative.

7) Peaches (89% Water)
The nutrient-dense peach provides important vitamins A, B, C, and potassium.

How to enjoy: Bake/ poach them.

Watermelon (91% Water) 
The fruity watermelon, as the name suggests, is very good for hydration. It is also rich in vitamins A, C, and magnesium. It is also low in calories and contains lycopene in large amounts, making it a powerful antioxidant. 

How to enjoy: Toss it in a salad, juice the watermelon, and freeze the juice to make fruit popsicles.

Pineapple (88% Water)
The pineapple has several health benefits due to its high quantities of bromelain and Vitamin C.

How to enjoy: Put it on a pizza(?), juice them for a refreshing beverage, or grill them for a tasty snack. 

10) Apple (90% Water) 
Apples are known to keep doctors at bay. It has been observed that an apple is more effective in keeping the body energised as compared to a cup of coffee.

How to enjoy: Enjoy it on its own, in a salad, as a decadent sauce, or in baked desserts.

While these fruits and vegetables help us hydrate, it is equally important to drink adequate amounts of water and exercise. Stay hydrated, stay happy!

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