When the sun shines we do not have an appetite, but feel thirst. The basis of the diet during this period should be, of course, still mineral water. But this is not the only way to satisfy thirst. The feeling of hydration and fullness bring us other products. Find out which of them will help meet the needs of the body on hot days.
Fruit and mineral water
Enjoy the season and eat as many vegetables (approx. 0.5 kg) and fruit (approx. 0.3 kg). They should be fresh and healthy, well washed.
Juicy fruits such as watermelon, grapefruit contain a lot of water (watermelon almost 90 percent.!).
An additional advantage of the fruit is that it pleasantly refreshing and protect against bacteria. Note! If you have diabetes, you should not eat watermelon (fruit quickly raises blood sugar levels).
Vegetable and fruit juices
Vegetable juices (eg. Tomato, beet) are good sources of potassium and magnesium (increased sweating can cause loss of elements).
Fresh carrot juice will provide additional protection against UV radiation.
Milk fermented products, such as. Kefir, are easy to digest, and this include, among others, to protect against diarrhea so. good bacteria and antiallergic calcium.