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Datum: 7. JUL 24 - GOOD TO KNOW
Food to Avoid Eating in the Heat
Summer heat can be dangerous to your health, especially if you eat food that causes more problems than benefits to your body.
Any nutritionist will tell you that in the summer we should eat light and non-greasy food of light colors. Otherwise, you'll feel even hotter, more tired, and lethargic. This, of course, means that in the summer, you should primarily eat seasonal fruits and vegetables. Nature is our best nutritional advisor.

Of course, we must also pay attention to drinks. We need to drink plenty of water and unsweetened teas because only this way will we cool the body and reduce feelings of hunger.

Among the most recommended summer fruits are definitely watermelons, which contain 90 percent water but are rich in fiber, vitamins, and minerals in the remaining part. Since watermelons are essentially vegetables, you can use them as an addition to salads or soups. Try it and you'll be surprised by the freshness.

Cucumbers are also interesting, acting similarly to watermelons. They contain a lot of water. You can grill them or make a delicious and healthy salad.

Tomatoes, onions, and peppers are a winning salad combination in the summer. They contain a lot of water, vitamins, and are rich in minerals. Such a salad also strengthens and protects the skin from ultraviolet rays.

However, in the summer months, forget about fried and heavy food. Choose fish, chicken, or turkey with fresh vegetables instead. Replace chocolate and pastries with refreshing yogurt with added fruit. Homemade ice cream is also much better, full of flavor, and healthier than street ice cream, where the risk of salmonella infection is significantly higher in hot days.

For summer nutrition, one more thing applies: avoid white foods.

White foods include white bread, sugar, rice, and the like. White ice cream is usually worse than the one with natural colors (avoid artificially colored ice creams).

What about grains and nuts? They are certainly healthy, but don't eat more than a handful.
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