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Not a fan of drinking water? Eat these 5 water-rich fruits to keep yourself hydrated in winters

If you are not a fan of drinking water in the winter, then it means your body needs to find alternatives to get its required quantity of water in order to avoid dehydration. There are many fruits with a high water content that you can eat to keep yourself hydrated. Read to know.

Written By: Disha Sharma New Delhi Published on: November 11, 2022 22:13 IST
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People usually forget to drink water or naturally drink less water in winter because of the cold. So, the problem of dehydration increases in the body during this weather. It further leads to many health ailments. From facing chronic constipation to skin problems, people complain about their health issues but do not realize that the problem is not drinking enough water. Some of the reasons people do not drink water are that they don't get thirsty usually or they don't usually sweat in the cold weather. The body only loses moisture in cold weather through urination, respiration, and perspiration. It entirely affects your bodily function, regardless of the temperature. 

But at the same time, it is also necessary to increase the water content by eating fruits. so here are some water-rich fruits you should eat.

1)  Grapefruit: It has high vitamin C and is a powerful antioxidant that helps strengthen immunity. It also reduces cholesterol, high blood pressure. You can take grapefruit juice before bed. This fruit has 88 percent of water content. 

2) Pomegranate: The edible portion of anar has 2 percent of protein and 1 percent of fat. Half a medium of pomegranate has 82 percent water with only about 50 calories.   

3) Oranges: This fruit has 86 percent of water. Oranges help proving the body with an abundance of Vitamin C. They have low calories and contribute to the most nutritious family of fruits.

4) Pineapple: Pineapple has over 80 percent of water. It contains many nutrients and has disease-fighting antioxidants that help in solving the digestion problem.

5) Apples: Apples contain high water content that is 80–85 percent. They are low in sodium, and fat, and help lower cholesterol. They are a good source of vitamin C and fiber.



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