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17 Fruits Highest in Water

Written by Daisy Whitbread, MScN
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17 Fruits Highest in Water

Water is an essential nutrient required to maintain homeostasis in our bodies.

A deficiency in water, called dehydration, leads to headaches, loss of appetite, confusion, unexplained tiredness, and even seizures. Excessive dehydration can even lead to death.

Conversely consuming too much water can lead to nausea, muscle cramps, vomiting, and in extreme cases, death.

The U.S. Reference Dietary Intake (RDI) of water is 3.7 liters (130oz) per day for men and 2.7 liters (95oz) for women. Though people who are active and under the sun may need up to 16 liters (565oz) per day.

Even though most vegetables provide more water than fruits, fruits are still a great source.

Fruits high in water include watermelon, strawberries, grapefruit, cantaloupes, peaches, Asian pears, blackberries, and papayas.

In addition to the 17 fruits listed below, you can see nutrient ranking of over 100 fruits and fruits juices high in water.

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List of Fruits High in Water

1 Watermelon
Watermelon
2 Strawberries
Strawberries
3 Grapefruit
Sliced Grapefruit
4 Cantaloupe
A cantaloupe with a cantaloupe wedge
5 Peaches
Half a peach
6 Asian Pear
Asian Pears
7 Blackberries
Blackberries on the stem
8 Papaya
Papayas
9 Nectarines
Nectarines
10 Plums
Plums
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11 Oranges
Slices of orange
12 Apricots
Half an apricot
13 Pineapple
Pineapples
14 Raspberries
A bunch of raspberries
15 Apples
Apples
16 Blueberries
Blueberries
17 Mangos
Mangoes

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Data Sources and References

  1. USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 28.
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