2. Better Hydration
We all realize, of course, that hydration is vital, yet many of us fight each day to drink enough water. Perhaps you’re too busy or perhaps not. Whatever the reason it is an issue, since the temperature control, metabolism, physical performance and waste disposal of water play a vital role. A chronically low dehydration level can have a significant influence on your general wellbeing.
The good news is that by eating water-rich vegetables like cucumber, you can get more water into your food. All fruit and vegetables have a substantial quantity of water, but cucumber has 96% water. You can make a huge hydration gain for comparatively little effort. Studies have shown that a greater intake of fruits and vegetables increases hydration. In fact, up to 40 percent of your daily hydration need from meals is perfectly acceptable.