Anyone who has tried to gracefully eat an apple in public and ends up with juices running down their chin knows that apples have a lot of water in them.
Speaking of vitamin C, did you know a one-cup serving of bell peppers contains three times the amount of vitamin C as an orange
Having broccoli as part of a cookout platter will give your guests some added hydration, as this cruciferous vegetable is nearly 90% water
member of the melon family, is still packed with water. When served chilled, cantaloupe is also one of the most satisfying snacks on a hot day.
Do you know how carrots look when they get all dried out and sad in the fridge? That’s because they’re mostly water—about 88% water, to be more precise
it’s actually an even healthier vehicle for delivering dips, dressings, and spreads to your taste buds. And it’s a good source of potassium and vitamin K!
The secret? It’s 80% water! Add some strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, granola—or all four—and you’ve got yourself a cool breakfast for a hot summer
just remember that cucumbers consist of 96% water, so cucumbers basically already are cucumber water. It’s actually the wateriest item on this list. Enjoy!
one grapefruit also contains more than twice the amount of vitamin C you need every day and a hefty dose of antioxidants.
honeydew melons contain as much water as a cantaloupe, which makes sense because those two are always hanging out together in fruit salads.
kale for its superfood powers, which include hefty doses of vitamins A, C, and K, as well as protein, fiber, and omega-3 fatty acids
like iceberg and romaine. In fact, in regard to water content, iceberg is right up there at the top of the list with cucumber.