The 9 Most Hydrating Fruits


This fruit's name and juiciness reveal it. Pink watermelon is one of the most hydrating fruits, with up to 91% water and immune-boosting vitamin C and plant components.


Due to their skins and seeds, most berries are high in fiber. They also boost daily hydration objectives. Strawberries have 91 percent water, followed by blackberries at 88 percent.

Citrus Fruits

Citrus fruits are juiced because their sweet-tart innards contain so much nourishing water. Oranges are 87% water, whereas grapefruits are 91%. These acidic selections are seasonal in winter,


Cantaloupe melon is 90% water! Cantaloupe works well with savory ingredients like prosciutto, arugula, and mozzarella cheese, making it a great year-round starter.

Stone Fruit

Stone fruits rival berries in hydration. Nectarines have 88 percent water and peaches 89 percent. Plums and apricots follow at 87 and 86 percent water content, respectively. Summer fruits like watermelon are juicy and require napkins.


Pineapples are included due to their 86% water content. Pineapples are high in vitamin C. Pineapple contains bromelain, which improves protein digestion. This enzyme also reduces pain, edema, and inflammation.


Fiber, vitamin C, folate, copper, and potassium make pears great. Hand fruits are also excellent water suppliers. Asian pears contain 88% water. Asian pears' enticing texture makes them extra-satisfying.


The "apple a day" proverb may relate to this fruit's high water content rather than its vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Apples, with 86% water, are the perfect snack.


Its high water content helps you reach your daily hydration objectives. Mangoes, like other hydrating fruits, are abundant in vitamin C, A, and B6 for immunological, eye, and brain health.

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