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The summer season has begun and we can already feel the scorching heat upon us. To be healthy in this season it is important to take care of what you eat. Often the body becomes dehydrated by staying out in the sun during the day. So in the summer, your diet should include things that reduce the lack of water and nutrients in the body. At the same time, more and cooler things should be consumed during this season.


In addition to taste, Vitamin-A and Vitamin-C are present in abundance in watermelon. Watermelon is included in summer’s superfood. It helps fight water shortage in the body. It is a fine option to start the summer day by eating empty stomach melons in the morning.


Cucumber also contains essential vitamins and minerals as well as the amount of water. It also keeps the body cool in the scorching sunlight. They can also be eaten in the form of a salad or can also eat it as a juice. With this, the body is detoxified and it remains hydrated for a long time.


Eating lemons, grapes, and oranges in the summer season can greatly benefit the body. All of these essential nutrients are found. Daily consumption of these fruits in the morning can be safe from many health problems caused by sunlight.


In most of the houses, mint is used in raita, chutney, lemon drink, vegetables, etc. It is also beneficial for health by putting flavors in food items. Must add peppermint to your diet in the summer.


The buttermilk is very good for keeping the body cool in the summer. Lactic acid is found in it, which is healthier than skimmed milk. It brings pleasure into the body. Buttermilk is taken after eating because it is very helpful in digestion. It contains a high amount of calcium, potassium, and zinc.

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