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Watermelon: 

You all know by now that watermelon is full of, well, water. This juicy summer fruit is also among the richest sources of lycopene, a cancer-fighting antioxidant that is found in red fruits and vegetables.

15 water-rich foods that can help you stay hydrated in summers

Usually in summers, our main concern is to not get dehydrated. If you don’t have enough water, then the heat and humidity can cause dizziness, headaches, heat strokes, muscles cramps and low blood pressure among other things.

We all know that we need to have 8-12 glasses of water everyday, we’ve heard it enough from doctors and our mothers. But while drinking water is important, you can also get it from a wide range of fruits and veggies. Eat them as salads, soups, smoothies, infused waters, or just have them raw. These foods can contribute for large amount of water to your diet and are also filled with nutrients of all kinds.

So this summer, go ahead and quench your thirst with 15 super hydrating foods.

Sources: Healthline.com, health.com, shape.com, clevelandclinic.com