Our bodies are primarily made out of water. We need lots of water each day to stay hydrated and during Ramadan it can be easy to fall behind on our water intake, which is why we suggest “eating” your water. Many foods contain water and eating them does significantly boost our daily water intake. What’s even better is that these fruits and vegetables tend to be nutrient dense and may help us prevent the headaches and sluggishness often caused by dehydration.
Want some ideas on recipes with hydrating foods? Check out this Jicama, Grapefruit, and Red Cabbage Salad by Red Shallot Kitchen.
This nutritious, hydrating salad has lettuce, red cabbage, and spinach, which are almost entirely water-based, making this a great hydrating alternative.
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