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Sadhguru Tips: Jaggi Vasudev Weighs in on Water-rich foods; Why you must have them?

Sadhguru Tips: Water is one of the most essential elements for the survival of humankind. In fact, water constitutes more than half of our body. Recently, even the highly intellectual renowned yogi, Jaggi Vasudev aka Sadhguru preached about the goodness of foods rich in water content. The same is even backed up by experts who suggest incorporating more water-rich foods into your diet.

Sadhguru tips for increasing water content in diet

The famous yogi and spiritual guru, Jaggi Vasudev aka Sadhguru is known for his inspirational and thought-provoking sermons. Sadhguru often promotes the wholistic well-being of people ranging from their spiritual and emotional state to even their physical state. In a recent upload on his Instagram handle, the yogi shared his healthy breakfast routine motivating his viewers to aim for healthy living.

In the video titled ‘Yogi’s Breakfast for Weight Loss and Heart Health,’ Sadhguru shared the wonder-working benefits of cucumber. He stated, “Cucumber increases hydration… It is always better that we eat water through the food that we consume, with high-water content foods, rather than simply drinking water.” While talking more about the benefits of cucumber, Sadghuru added that it, “strengthens bone density, it is very high in Vitamin K, promotes gut health, helps manage blood sugar and of course your weight because it fills you with very rich water…and it also has proteins which could be somewhat cancer preventive.”

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Experts’ take on the matter

It seems that Sadhguru is not the only one who comes with the advice to “eat water,” in fact, experts also agree on that. Not too long ago, the Mayo Clinic mentioned in one of its health articles that one of the best ways to increase your water intake is to “eat it” by consuming water-rich foods like melon, cucumber, lettuce, and celery.


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