In the summer season, our bodies lose water at a higher rate. It is very important to recover this water loss from our body to keep our body hydrated all the time. We have to increase the intake of water-rich food, which cools the body and contains lots of vitamins and minerals. Enhance and change your daily routine by including water-source substances which are beneficial for your body and all requirements. Try to eat all seasonal fruits and vegetables.
Coconut water is the best natural beverage which is beneficial to boost energy. It contains several vitamins and minerals which fulfill the need of your body. Try to drink coconut water every day to feel refreshed and energetic in the morning.
Mangoes are known as the king of fruits and are loved by most people. Apart from being delicious, mangoes help to boost immunity and are an excellent source of magnesium and iron. Don’t eat too many mangoes as it can cause skin problems like acne, pimples, etc. Eat a minimum amount of mangoes just to fulfill your needs.
Curd is a powerful probiotic and aids in digestion. It is very good for stomach problems or makes you feel refreshed. Curd with rice is a staple food and the most eaten food in coastal states of India. Try to skip curd at night as it can cause mucus to form in a nasal. Try to eat homemade curd as it will be more organic and beneficial.
Drink plenty of water. In Summer due to loss of water from your body in the form of sweat may make your body dehydrated which may cause fever. Keep yourself hydrated by drinking 2 to 3 liters of water every day.
Avoid Junk Food
Roadside food or Junk Food can be contaminated and they may cause several food-borne diseases. Junk food contains lots of oil which may result in improper digestion of food and cause stomach problems like acidity. Try to avoid Junk as much as possible.
Cucumber is rich in water content and also fulfills the water needs of your body. Cucumbers are cooling and a perfect crunch to salads. Cucumber juice is another refresher, which will cool and refresh your body’s needs.
Avoid Alcohol and Caffeine
Alcohol, fizzy drinks, and coffee may lead to dehydration quickly. Try to reduce your intake of these beverages, especially during hot weather. Try to drink normal cold water.
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