These melons, such as watermelons, cantaloupe, citrus fruits or grapes, cucumbers, celery also contain a lot of water.

All kinds of drinks such as milk water, tea and coffee provide water for the body.

Drinks with a high sugar content are usually not the most ideal option nutritionally.

However, research shows that sugary drinks also provide the same amount of liquid as mineral water.

Some claim that salty foods cause dehydration. However, according to Dr. Kelly Hyndman, a researcher at the University of Alabama, Birmingham, that’s not exactly certain.

He said the human body is constantly looking for ways to maintain a balance between salt and water.

This process has the support of several hormones, one of which is the antidiuretic hormone, also called ADH.

When people consume large amounts of salty food at the same time, the brain secretes a lot of ADH, stimulating the kidneys to perform the function of filtering water, preventing the urination of excess fluid.

At the same time, the brain also secretes another hormone, vasopressin, which creates a feeling of thirst.

Together, they signal the body needs more fluid.

“Eating too salty is only harmful if you ignore signs of your body’s thirst,” said Dr. Tamara Hew-Butler, an expert in sports medicine at Wayne State University.

Salty foods that can add water are olives, pickles, although few consume them in large quantities.