Water you get from food is enough to stay hydrated
The hydration expert, Professor Kavouras from the University of Arkansas, tells you everything about the water intake you get from food and your hydration needs.
"The Water we get from food rarely exceeds 20% of our total water intake. Even if your diet is extremely high in fruits and vegetables and soups you will rarely exceed probably 30 to 40% of your total water intake. So the answer is no, it is practically impossible to stay hydrated if you just wait to get your water from solid foods. So this is definitely a big myth."