Beat the sun: Eat these 5 food in summers

Summer is harsh for lots of men and women. People suffer from dehydration, diarrhea, sunstroke, burning rash. Here are few fresh and flavorful summer eats which can keep you cool and your body nourished.

Watermelonwatermelon summer

Summer’s coolest, juiciest and healthiest foods are melons. You can use them in salads, desserts, smoothies, milkshakes. The inflammation-fighting antioxidants in watermelon may reduce the risk of complications of diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, and arthritis. Watermelon is also high in vitamins A and C.They’re helps weight loss and prevent many common health problems such as cancer, high blood pressure, heart disease and common colds and flues.

Cucumberscucumber for eyepuffs

Cucumbers are mostly eaten as Salads. Keep cool as a cucumber and include these versatile vegetables into your summer cuisine. Cucumbers contain a phytonutrient, lignin, known to provide anti-cancer benefits by promoting a protective role of bacteria in the digestive tract.

Bottle gourd/ Louki

These are not so good to taste but it’s extremely popular for weight loss. It’s rich in calcium, magnesium, Vitamin A, C and folate. The superhero vegetable acts well on high blood pressure, keeps the heart strong and is considered an excellent blood purifier.

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Tomatoestomatoes lycopene

Tomatoes are a nutritious and delicious addition to any meal. The tomato in any category or form grants multiple health benefits — especially for lessening risks of complications of diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Tomatoes are a superior source of vitamin C and vitamin A as well as vitamin K — important for bone health. Other vital nutrients in tomatoes include lycopene, potassium, vitamin B6, folate, dietary fiber, manganese, magnesium, niacin, and vitamin E.

Lemon juicelemon juice in summer

One glass of mint water with two drops of lemon works miracles. It serves as a liver cleanser, promotes your metabolism and helps those with a low appetite.

 

 

Dr. Shivani Aggarwal

I am a homoeopathic physician. My writing is based on my findings as i am eager to spread the word about how people can improve the way they live. I also write blog on how to travel safely around the world. My main objective is to discover how to live a more natural and holistic life, particularly in an ever-changing modern world.

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