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Healthy Summer Foods To Add To Your Diet

Healthy Summer Foods To Add To Your Diet

Rukmani Anand 25 May, 2018 Updated on : 09 Aug 2022

Summer is all about being outdoors, lively and light on your feet. An unhealthy diet high in liquid calories without nutrition and not giving enough hydration to the body can make summers one of the worst weathers with allergies, weight gain, and dehydration. However, you can beat the summer heat with the right nutrition and ‘be beach ready’ at the same time.

Nutrition has the power to heal, prevent and cure any ailment. Summer is abundant with some of the juiciest fruits and freshest vegetables. Here are our top 5 Summer food which is packed and full of powerful nutrients.

  • Watermelon

Staying hydrated doesn’t have to be boring. You can eat your way to being hydrated and consume Watermelons, as they are 90% water. Apart from helping you keep hydrated, Watermelons are rich in antioxidant lycopene which protect the body from various diseases. 100 grams of Watermelon only has 60 calories, which means, a sweeter way to be back in shape.

  • Curd

Being a source of probiotics for a healthy gut, Curd is an immense boon during the summer. It has been used as a coolant in scorching heat for several years. A rich source of calcium, proteins and other minerals, you should never miss curd to nourish your soul in the summer.

  • Cucumbers

Cucumbers are high in water content, which is perfect for hydration during summer. They are also packed with fiber and minerals that your body needs for summer activities. Add it to your salad or eat it raw.

  • Tomatoes

Tomatoes contain an antioxidant called lycopene that protects your skin from UV rays that cause sunburns. Your body naturally tans when exposed to a moderate amount of radiation to protect it from and block UV rays. However, too much exposure at once results in the undesirable sunburn.

  • Mint Leaves

With its distinct flavor and tanginess, Mint is a great summer coolant. Add chopped mint leaves to buttermilk, salads or to chutney and keep your body refreshed and summer ready!

Eating healthy, coupled with good physical exercise and activity make the perfect match. Make the best of the summer heat and sweat out those extra fats you piled on during Christmas. You can go hiking, running, swimming – the list is endless of things to do to make summer fun, healthy and great for your body. Have a fit and healthy Summer!