The secret to being cool as a cucumber? The veggie's impressive water content. Cucumbers contain about 95 percent water,
Not all superheroes wear capes. We noodle lovers unite to salute zucchini because spiralized zoodles have the potential to, ahem, squash
There's a reason watermelon is a picnic staple: It's jam-packed with water to keep you hydrated on a hot day.
Lean, green, and a cancer-fighting machine, your Bloody Mary's sidekick is 95 percent water.
Rabbits are on to something: Carrots are 90 percent water and are high in fiber. On top of that, they're good for your eyes.
We're rooting for this root veggie that's 95 percent water. Go ahead, snack on radishes like carrots; you can get them already rinsed and bagged,
Oranges tend to get all the credit when it comes to vitamin C. But kiwis actually have more vitamin C than an orange, Scritchfield says.
We're peachy-keen on this fuzzy fruit with 88 percent water content. Sure, they're delicious and they're also fun to pick at orchards.
Spuds contain about 80 percent water and are a good source of potassium, a key mineral in maintaining healthy blood pressure.
Broccoli certainly earned its cruciferous crown. "From a nutritional standpoint, this flowering head of cruciferous goodness might qualify as top dog among the vegetable kingdom,