According to the well-known recommendation, you should drink eight glasses of water a day (some experts advise even more). This may seem like a non-trivial task, but there is one thing: approximately 20% of daily water intake comes from solid foods, especially fruits and vegetables. Let’s look at what kind of products that supply us with living water. Celery Like all foods that are largely composed of water, celery contains very few calories – 6 calories per stalk. However, this light vegetable is highly nutritious, containing folic acid, vitamins A, C, and K. Largely due to its high water content, celery neutralizes stomach acid and is often recommended as a natural remedy for heartburn and acid reflux. Radish Radishes give a spicy-sweet flavor to the dish, which is very important – radishes are loaded with antioxidants, one of which is catechin (the same as in green tea). Tomatoes Tomatoes will always remain the leading component of salads, sauces and sandwiches. Don’t forget the cherry tomatoes and grape tomatoes, which are a great snack just the way they are. Cauliflower In addition to being rich in living water, kale florets are rich in vitamins and phytonutrients that lower cholesterol levels and help fight cancer, particularly breast cancer. (Based on a 2012 Vanderbilt University study of breast cancer patients.) Watermelon Everyone knows that watermelon is full of water, but these juicy berries are also a rich source of lycopene, a cancer-fighting antioxidant found in red fruits and vegetables. Watermelon contains more lycopene than tomatoes. Carambola This tropical fruit exists in both sweet and tart varieties and has a juicy, pineapple-like texture. The fruit is rich in antioxidants, especially epicatechin, a compound that is good for heart health.