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Eat Your Water

We’ve all heard we need water to survive. Believe It or not, water just doesn’t come In-glass cups, bottles, and jugs water can come on plates too. By consuming enough daily water you are helping transport oxygen, fat and glucose to your working muscles, regulate your body temperature, digest food and eliminate waste products. 

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Why It’s Important To Drink Water

Your body relies on hydration for proper functioning.  Water: helps move oxygen and nutrients through the blood to your cells; lowers stress on the heart; prevents muscle cramping; lubricates joints; helps keep skin cells plump and young-looking, diminishing or preventing cellulite; flushes toxins from the body; keep you regular; helps prevent kidney stones. Eating foods for hydration can help you meet your water needs.

Today I will give you my top 9 favorite ways to consume more water.

Side Note: These fruits must be eaten raw In order to get their full water content. If you cook them It will diminish the water content.



Just as the name suggests Watermelon Is made up of mostly water 92% to be exact. Besides being made up of mostly water by eating watermelon you are giving your body nutrients. Beta-carotene, lycopene and vitamin C to help maintain eyesight. Watermelon will also keep your skin healthy and glowing.



Cantaloupe Is super delicious and super hydrating. Cantaloupe Is made up of 90% water. Did you know that Cantaloupe contains as much potassium as one medium Banana? Getting an adequate amount of potassium is essential in hydration, especially for athletes or those working up a sweat, as it helps to maintain fluid-balance, muscle function, and bone strength.



Pineapples are naturally a juicy fruit maybe because It’s made up of 87% water. Not only Is pineapple hydrating It Is packed with nutrients. bromelain, an enzyme with potent anti-inflammatory, digestion, detoxing, and immunity-boosting benefits.



Oranges are a perfect summer sweet treat that Is made up of 87% water. Most of will eat oranges as a snack but did you know that you can eat oranges as a post-workout treat? Oranges contain 100% of your daily Vitamin C Intake and this will help your body restore fluid levels back to normal.



Raspberries are considered a superfruit. This superfruit Is made up of 87% water. Raspberries are full of fiber which helps your digestion and will help keep your blood levels low.



Grapefruits are made up of 91% water. Since Grapefruit Is so hydrating by eating one will prevent dehydration (with regular water Intake). Grapefruit Is also high In- soluble fiber and vitamin C and contains smaller amounts of vitamins A, B-complex, E and K. It also has calcium, folate, phosphorus, potassium and several phytonutrients. Regular intake of grapefruit can lower your insulin level, help control your appetite, protect against the common cold, aid in weight loss, make your skin glowing.



Peaches contain about 88% of water. In the summertime, people will reach for peaches to help prevent dehydration. Peaches are an excellent source of vitamins A, C, and K as well as fiber, potassium, folate, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, and manganese. At the same time, they are low in calories and contain no saturated fats. Peaches help fight obesity and prevent related diseases like diabetes, metabolic syndrome, and cardiovascular disease.

Metabolic Syndrome ~  high blood pressure, high blood sugar, excess body fat around the waist, and abnormal cholesterol levels. The syndrome increases a person’s risk for heart attack and stroke.



Contrary to popular beliefs the Tomato Is a fruit. The tomato Is 94% water. The tomato has tons of nutrients (Vitamin A rich tomatoes reduce the risk of macular degeneration which leads to loss of vision. Consuming tomatoes can reduce the risk of hypertension, High concentration of lycopene (phytochemical), minimize the risk of cancer. Daily consumption of tomatoes can improve overall skin health. Eating tomatoes can prevent your skin from some conditions caused by sun exposure. High potassium content in tomatoes can regulate blood pressure).



Pears are amongst one of the more popular fruits, especially during the warmer months. Pears are made up of 84% water. Pears also a good source of vitamins and minerals (Potassium, an electrolyte). One medium pear contains 6 grams of dietary fiber or 24 % of the daily recommended value. Plus, the type of fiber found in pears (soluble fiber) makes you feel full for a longer period of time, which means it could help aid you In weight loss. Your body uses potassium for normal growth and maintenance, to break down carbohydrates and build proteins. It is recommended that adults get 4.7 grams of potassium per day.


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