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Cucumbers, Tomatoes and Zucchini Hydrate the Body

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We need to take special care of our health during the summer months. By no means should we ignore the sun's rays - but always use some type of sun screen.

No matter how pleasant a tan is, the unforgiving sun can bring about heaps of problems to the skin. In addition, during the summer, when we go on vacation, we need to be aware of what we're eating and where we're buying the products from.

This is exceptionally important, especially if you have kids, since they are more susceptible to all kinds of intestinal infections, which are widely rampant throughout the summer months. Further, a valued ally in the battle with the heat is water and hydration of the body in general.

Since the body sweats a lot more than usual, don't ever forget the fact that it needs more liquids because of this.

At such times, you can always count on water, but also certain foods, which help in maintaining water balance and guarantee the correct functioning of the body.

For the proper operation of cell functions, every person needs water - cucumbers truly do contain a high percentage of water, as well as vitamin C. A cucumber is an excellent choice during hot weather - it will provide you with the necessary nutrition, plus it will refresh you.


When it's hot, we almost don't feel hunger, but if we don't eat anything, this can also bring us problems - so bet on those vegetables that contain plenty of vitamins and nutrients, as well as liquids.

The next suitable food for hot days is the tomato - it contains much fiber and water. Additionally, tomatoes are a wonderful source of antioxidants, which in turn help against skin damage when one is exposed to UV radiation.

We also cannot forget delicious zucchini, which are 95% water - they are among the best foods, especially when we're talking about hydrating the body. What's more is that zucchini contain very few calories, but plenty of fiber and vitamins A and C, as well as folic acid.