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Foods That Keep You Hydrated


Foods That Keep You Hydrated

The summer heat is upon us and it is of utmost importance to stay hydrated. My beverage of choice is usually water or seltzer but not everyone enjoys drinking water. There are plenty of foods you can eat without sacrificing your waistline, and stay hydrated at the same time.

Fruits that can help keep you hydrated are:

  • Watermelon
  • Peaches
  • Plums
  • Apples
  • Yogurt

Add some of these fruits to your dessert spread at a party. You can make a yogurt dip to go along with the fruit. I would suggest adding honey or agave nectar to some plain Greek yogurt, mix it together and you have yourself a nice little healthy dip to go along with all that delicious fruit.

Vegetables that can help keep you hydrated are:

  • Cucumbers
  • Raw radishes
  • Celery
  • Raw broccoli
  • Raw carrots

The next time you have a summer BBQ make sure to have crudités, that way you can make sure that you and your guests are staying hydrated especially if there are some cocktails involved. You can also make a yogurt dip to go with your vegetables. Mix plain Greek yogurt with some garlic powder, chives and an onion.

You should still plan on drinking water or another type of beverage to help you stay hydrated throughout the hot summer day.

About Guest Blogger Kaitlin Crean: 

Kaitlin is a 24-year-old food and fitness enthusiast that loves to cook and bake. Her blog, For Love of Carrots, follows her kitchen endeavors as well as various workout routines. For more healthy recipes from Kaitlin, follow her on Twitter at @4loveofcarrots.

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4 Comments on “Foods That Keep You Hydrated”

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  2. Stephanie (@heystephanie)

    Love that you added vegetables to the list! I like to break out my Breville juicer during the summer time to make refreshments out of organic fruits and veggies. Last night I made a pitcher of strawberry watermelon with cucumber, lemon, and carrots.

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