While it's always important to drink plenty of water, here are 15 foods you can eat to help you stay hydrated throughout the day, according to Health.com:
Grapefruit (90.5 percent water content)
Green peppers (93.9 percent water content)
Iceberg lettuce (95.6 percent water content)
Radishes (95.3 percent water content)
Spinach (91.4 percent water content)
Star fruit (91.4 percent water content)
Strawberries (91 percent water content)
Tomatoes (94.5 percent water content)
Watermelon (91.5 percent water content)
Baby carrots (90.4 percent water content)
Broccoli (90.7 percent water content)
Cantaloupe (90.2 percent water content)
Cauliflower (92.1 percent water content)
Celery (95.4 percent water content)
Cucumbers (96.7 percent water content)
Check out the list in full at Health.com by clicking here.
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