Watermelon, Jicama and Cucumber Salad

Registered Dietician

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watermelon, jicama and cucumber salad
It can be hard to drink enough water in the summer, but all you water-intake does not have to come just from fluids. Watermelon is 92 percent water and cucumbers are 96 percent water, making this recipe a great way to stay hydrated with food. All of the ingredients in this dish are in season in the summer.
There are also numerous health benefits to this recipe. Jicama has high levels of dietary fiber, which helps to regulate bowel movements. Silica, a mineral found in cucumbers, also helps keep nails and hair shiny and strong.
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