Besides hydration through water, a good portion should come through food as well. A lot of foods are water rich induced! Here’s a few summer treats that’ll keep you cool, calm, collected, refreshed, and hydrated all summer long.
Grapes contain 82% water content…WOW!! The nutrients in grapes may help protect against cancer, eye problems, cardiovascular disease, and other health conditions. Resveratrol is a key nutrient in grapes that may offer health benefits. Grapes are a good source of fiber, potassium, and a range of vitamins and other minerals.
Rich in antioxidants, a single strawberry comes with a healthy dose of fiber! They’re sodium-free, cholesterol-free and are said to help with heart health, good cholesterol and lowering blood pressure. But wait, there’s more—just one serving of strawberries (about 6-8) can give you more Vitamin C than an orange.
Although low in calories, this water-content heavyweight is packed full of nutrients. Its complex plant compounds and antioxidants help fight free radicals and are even said to promote regularity and help lower blood sugar.
The truth is all in the name—in fact, about 92 percent of this tasty summer favorite is made of water. But it’s not just good for hydration! Watermelon contains substantial levels of Vitamins A, B6 and C, lycopene, antioxidants, amino acids and even potassium.
This versatile veggie comes with tons of health benefits. Not only is it a great source of antioxidants, but it also contains beneficial enzymes, Vitamins K, C and B6, potassium and folate. And it’s not just the stalks—the leaves and seeds also have some great health benefits of their own, like lowering inflammation and fighting bacterial infections.
Although this bad boy doesn’t get as much love as other fruits, cantaloupe actually has a lot of health benefits to offer. It is powerhouse of all powerhouse for beta carotene, which when eaten converts to Vitamin A or helps fight against free radicals. It’s also rich in Vitamin C (1 cup of balled cantaloupe is over 100 percent your daily value!), folate and fiber.
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