Summers are here. Do you feel the summer heat already? Can't decide on what kind of food to eat to avoid this sweaty weather?
Well our advice is to stick to the home cooked food & go as natural as possible. Superfoods that are 100% Indian, organic and safe to consume anytime of your day!
So what are the summer superfoods that we should be putting on your tables right now? Here are five of the favourites:
Naturally refreshing, coconut water has a sweet nutty taste is one of the most important summer foods. It contains easily digested carbohydrate in the form of sugar and electrolytes.
Drink tender coconut water empty stomach in early morning during summer which prevents your lungs, eyes, kidney and blood circulation from heat. It contains sodium and chlorine salt, good for blood purification & makes you brisk and energetic because it's rich in potassium and magnesium.
Watermelon, because of its water and fiber content, helps to prevent constipation and promote regularity for a healthy digestive tract. As an excellent source of the strong antioxidant vitamin C as well as other antioxidants, watermelon can help combat the formation of free radicals known to cause cancer.
If eaten in moderate quantities then, this fruit is ideal for midnight hunger. You can eat watermelon at any time of the day.
Although dry fruits and nuts are extremely nutritious they do have lots of heat and energy stored within them. Dry fruits like walnuts, almonds are easily available and can be eaten like a quick snack instead of binging on the wholesome heavy meal.
Excessive intake can result in weight gain. So be moderate enough in your handy bites.
To beat the heat, don’t just rely on refreshing icy drinks to cool your body! Instead, add these cool and vitamin-loaded vegetables to your diet.
Cucumber has 96% water content, which helps in keeping the body hydrated and in regulating body temperature. Cucumber also contains a lot of potassium as a result soothing the body heat.
Buttermilk is a natural probiotic, which means that it provides the “gut friendly” bacteria that aids better digestion. It also helps to reduce frequent heartburn, and regulates the acidity that usually follows a spicy meal.
Let us know if you followed these tips!
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