Eat for better hydration

Summer days is upon us, it’s hard to drink enough to stay hydrated. Luckily, you can get plenty of fluids through your food, especially summer’s fresh produce. About how much you’re taking in for those fruits and vegetables? here they are: (ounces of water0):

1 watermelon wedge         10

1 medium peach           5

1 cup sliced strawberries       5

1 cup sliced cucumber         4

1 medium tomato          4

1 cup chopped raw zucchini        4

1 ear cooked corn on the cob         3


Note: On corn cook first then shuck. You see, peeling uncooked corn can be a pain, and there’s a great reason not to do it; The husks on those fresh     ears help keep nutrients intact. Instead, keep the ears in their jackets and steam, grill or microwave, then shuck.



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Apolinario Paul

Gardening is always been my passion, the daily activity serves as my workout. I like tinkering around, turning the soil, fighting the common enemies of the gardeners. There is red ants, termites, weeds and birds fighting to be the very first one to harvest tomatoes, beans, okra, bitter melon, oranges, persimmons; the fruits and the produce, even the extremely hot peepers!