1. It can help prevent diabetes

When trying to avoid diabetes, it's best to begin fine-tuning your diet—avoid highly processed carbohydrates, skip out on sugary drinks, and limit red meat,

In addition to those dietary choices, it's also important to start eating more foods with a low glycemic index (GI). GI is a number assigned to different foods, ranging from zero to 100.

According to a French and British population survey published by Nutrients, cucumbers are more than 95% water

2. You'll be more hydrated

which means that in addition to a crunchy snack, you're also getting hydrated in the process of eating cucumbers.

they offer a great crunch into a variety of dishes, but also because they're a healthy food that helps to promote weight loss.

3. You can lose weight

Additionally, due to their high water content, cucumbers are extremely filling while remaining low in calories, making them a great snack for anyone looking to lose weight.

 In a study published in Fitoterapia from Jadavapur University, it's said that the seeds of the cucumber, of which there are many, help to "prevent constipation."

4. You'll avoid constipation

Pennsylvania State University's College of Medicine recommends adding cucumbers to a variety of dishes to help relieve constipation.

According to UC Davis, cucumbers contain cucurbitacin, a compound found in other fruits and vegetables including pumpkin, squash, and watermelon.

5. You could be gassy

Cucurbitacin results in the bitter taste found in cucumbers, and also is the cause of gassiness and indigestion. These uncomfortable symptoms may occur if you eat too many cucumbers at a time.

With their high water content cucumbers are amazing at keeping you hydrated, but they're also great at helping to eliminate excess water retention as well

6. It can prevent bloating

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