You know summer’s the perfect time to switch to flip-flops, but did you know it’s also the right time to change your diet? Being outdoors more often and sweating ups your risk for health problems such as dehydration, skin sensitivities, and vitamin and mineral deficiencies. The simple and delicious solution .
As its name implies, this fruit is a hydration hero, and fluids are exactly what you need when the heat is on. “Watermelon’s high water content keeps you cool and hydrated,That same high water content will also keep you feeling full, which could curb cravings. As an added summer bonus, Watermelon also contains lycopene, which protects skin cells from sun damage .
Sounds Weird? May be because usually take green in winters.If you’re looking for drinks more exciting than water to keep you hydrated, you may want to go green. “Green tea is the perfect way to supplement your water intake when it’s super-hot outside, It’s helpful in fighting cancer and heart disease, lowering cholesterol, revving your metabolism And if sipping a hot drink in a hot month isn’t your cup of…well, tea, try it on ice, the cooler temp doesn’t compromise its nutritional benefits.
This is another fruit which is nearly 90% water. Have lots of it in summers to stay cool and well hydrated. And add Natural glow to your face which helps you to look younger.
The simple lime water or nimboo pani is not only refreshing, it also has health benefits for you. You can have it sweet, salted or add a dash of black salt and cumin powder to it. Have it chilled and beat the heat.
This crunchy vegetable costs little, has lots of fibre that can help keep constipation at bay. It can make each of your bites crunchier and help you stay cool as a cucumber!
Onions have amazing cooling properties. You can add it to your curries, dips, raitas, salads and chutneys to help keep you cool. Having lots of onions can provide you protection against sunstroke.
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