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9 Water-Filled Foods for Hydration!

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1) Apples

Apples contain a lot of water, as anyone who has attempted to eat one in public and ended up with juices flowing down their chin can attest to.

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2) Bell-Peppers

Vitamin C levels in bell peppers are three times higher than in an orange. In addition to antioxidants, they're mostly water.

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3) Broccoli

Because of its high water content (nearly 90 percent), broccoli is an excellent addition to any cookout spread.

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4) Cantaloupe

Cantaloupe, another melon, isn't exactly a watermelon, but it still has a lot of water in it.

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5) Carrots

When they've been sitting in the fridge for a while, have you ever noticed how sad and dried out carrots look? The reason for this is that they are nearly 98% water.

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6) Celery

Because celery is composed of 95% water, it is a much healthier way for providing dips, dressings, and spreads to your taste receptors.

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7) Cottage Cheese

It's made up of 80% water! Combine strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and granola—or all four—for a refreshing summer morning breakfast.

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8) Cucumber

When it comes to the concept of cucumber water, remember that cucumbers are 96% water, so they are already cucumber water.

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9) Peaches

Fresh peaches are nutrient-dense due to their high vitamin A, C, E, and K content, as well as fiber, potassium, and a big amount of hydrating water. Peaches contain nearly 90% water!

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