19 Water-Rich Foods You Must Eat To Satisfy Your Thirst and Hunger

In today’s video, we’ll be discussing 19 water-rich foods that contribute a large amount of water to your diet, and help you stay hydrated. Does plain yogurt contain water? What about cabbage? Are bell peppers on this list? We’ll be talking about all of these AND more…

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Intro – 0:00
1. Plain Yogurt – 00:27
2. Coconut Water – 01:05
3. Watermelon – 01:37
4. Cantaloupe – 02:11
5. Strawberries – 02:38
6. Peaches – 03:16
7. Oranges – 03:50
8. Grapefruit – 04:26
9. Cucumber – 04:53
10. Zucchini – 05:16
11. Cabbage – 05:41
12. Cauliflower – 06:17
13. Lettuce – 06:46
14. Bell Peppers – 07:16
15. Tomatoes – 07:55
16. Celery – 08:10
17. Broth and Soups – 08:30
18. Skim Milk – 08:54
19. Cottage Cheese – 09:14


1. Plain YogurtYou might be surprised to learn that a cup of plain yogurt has more than 75% water. It also provides a bunch of nutrients like calcium, phosphorus and potassium, all of which enhance bone health. Yogurt is also rich in protein. Because of this, yogurt curbs your appetite and promotes weight loss.2. Coconut WaterWho doesn’t love coconut water? It’s a very healthy beverage that will fill your hydration needs. If you get sick, the doctor will often recommend coconut water. This is because it also contains electrolytes like sodium, potassium and chloride. This way, coconut water can help you restore the body's electrolyte balance.3. WatermelonHow refreshing is watermelon? I mean, it’s super healthy and hydrating at the same time. You’ll be amazed to know that a cup of chopped watermelon contains over a half cup of water. It also packs fiber and other nutrients like vitamin A, C and magnesium. On top of that, it’s very low on calories. Watermelon promotes fullness, and can help you lose weight. 4. CantaloupeAnother fruit in the melon family! Cantaloupe is nutrient-dense and very beneficial for your health. A cup of cantaloupe consists of about 90% water, and provides more than half cup per serving.
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