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Besides being a gorgeous fruit that we're absolutely crazy about, strawberries are extremely hydrating. They are 91% water, rich in fibre and protein. They go well in desserts, smoothies, yogurt, melting chocolate, ice cream and other all sorts of dreamy desserts.
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It's a green leafy vegetable which is 91.4% water and a powerhouse of health. It's rich in lutein, potassium, fiber and vitamin E.
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This fascinating fruit is star-shaped and perfect for salads, curries and garnishing cocktails. It has a sweet tangy flavor and is 91.4% water.
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It's big, it's red, it's juicy and a must-have in summers. A watermelon isn't just 91.5% water but is also the richest source of lycopene, a cancer fighting antioxidant. You can make the most of watermelons by adding it to your salads, desserts and smoothies.
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It's green, crisp and goes really well with both Indian and international cuisine. It's low in calories and has zero grams of fat. It's also rich in vitamins and minerals, and is about 93.3% water.
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It's no secret that tomatoes are hydrating foods. But did you know that they are 94.4% water? This is why eating tomatoes in salads or otherwise will make you feel fresh, light and cool.
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Radish, a refreshing root vegetable with its 95.3% water content and crunchy texture is perfect ingredient for your kitchen.
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Celery probably has the highest water content of all foods. It's also high in fibre, helps neutralize stomach acid, is a good remedy for heartburn and acid reflux, and helps you curb your appetite.
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If you're looking for long-term weight-loss then we reckon you include lettuce in your diet. It's rich in fibre, cellulose, Vitamin C and beta-carotene which prevent the oxidation of cholesterol. It is 95.6% water and an important source of essential nutrients.
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This refreshing and cool summer veggie is 96.7% water and rich in vitamin C. It's used in salads, cocktail garnish and sandwiches. You can even enjoy a delicious chilled cucumber soup made by blending yogurt, mint and ice cubes.
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