8 Hydrating Foods to Eat While Training in Hot Weather

Two gallons. That's about how much water a hard-pedaling cyclist should guzzle on a hot day, according to the Institute of Medicine. The good news: You don't have to mainline H2O to fill up. Top off your tank with foods that are high in water, says Tara Gidus, RD, an Orlando-based sports dietitian. Reach for these waterlogged foods to take a bite out of your thirst.

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