Eating fruits and vegetables with high water content can help meet the nutritional recommendations and stay hydrated. If you do not take the recommended amount of water per day, fruits and vegetables can provide supplementary liquid, keeping you well-fed and healthy. Fruits and vegetables, to be rich in liquid content, are good choice for juice, snacks and diets.
Water is essential for plant growth, to reproduction and utilization of nutrients. As with humans, the water constitutes a substantial percentage of the total mass of a plant. Fruits and vegetables, which are usually the edible part of the plant, are considered as storage of water and nutrients. Depending on the type of plant, the water content in most fruits and vegetables is about 70 to 95 percent of its weight. Continue reading