This Summer, Do Not Eat These 5 Worst Foods
- April 2, 2018
Summer is on and the temperature is soaring day by day. No matter how much we love summer, but we just can’t deny the fact, how dreadful the season is.
Although nights are a bit cool, days are difficult to pass. We love to spend the day in an air-conditioned room, but there are times when we have to step out for work or routine tasks and we know they that time is not the best time. The heat can make you feel irritable, tired, affect your digestive system, alter your sleep pattern, and make you lose concentration.
Besides the dreading heat, there is one more upsetting thing – appetite it is. You love to savor delightful and choicest food; however, the unbearable heat directly impacts your diet and your health. While stayed hydrated and refreshed is the primary mantra for Summer but this is the time when eating certain foods can make you feel uneasy and worst about your overall health.
While drinking enough water and staying hydrated is crucial, you should also eat the right foods to stay healthy in summer. Here is a list of 5 worst foods that should be avoided.
Oil-based and junk food taste good and may be satisfying to the soul but they aren’t good to your body and health at all. Clearly avoid oily and junk food during summer.
Dairy products such as ice-creams, milkshakes are cool externally but equally hot internally. Dairy products are usually hot internally and are difficult to digest.
Limit the use of spices as far as possible because spices heat the body, boost metabolism rate, and adversely affect your health and digestive system.
Early morning dose of caffeine is a necessity to wake up from sleep and few more during the day to stay fresh but reduce the intake of tea and of coffee or other hot beverages.
It’s not the best time to gorge non-vegetarian food. Non-veg food can make you sweat more and can cause digestive problems.
Summers are meant to be relished by staying fresh and by avoiding the above foods, we are sure you will be able to enjoy the summer of 2018.