Beat The Heat of Sweltering Summers with Ayurveda Daily Tips

Summer Health Tips
Summer Health Tips
Ayurveda suggests eating the right food is the perfect way to stay agile, lively and upbeat even during the harsh sweltering summers.

Summers have arrived and we might commonly experience our body temperatures rise, and suffer acidity, bloating and lethargy.

If the water intake is inadequate, body temperature can soar high and even lead to a heat stroke. It'll thus be wise to eat foods that keep our body cool.



Foods that help you bring down the body heat includes:

Onions: Raw onions are great to cool the system. Have them as part of salad or chutney.

Raw Mango: Raw mangoes are ideal to prevent sunstrokes and diarrhea. They are a source of Vitamin C and prevent the loss of excessive salts, and iron from the body.

Spices: Spices such as poppy seeds, cardamom, sandalwood, fennel and saffron are cooling agents.

Black Raisins: Soaked black raisins are beneficial when had with an equal mix of cold milk and water.

Gulukand: This cooling preserve made from fresh organic rose petals and sugar, fights fatigue, lethargy, muscular aches and heat related conditions.

Fuel up with fluids: Drink more than 8-10 glasses of water. You can have coconut water, fresh fruit juices, buttermilk, aam panna, thandai and buttermilk.

Increase intake of fruits and vegetables
Most fruits and vegetables including cucumber, water melon, jackfruit, grapes and pineapple help hydrate.

Ayurveda Tips You Must Follow:


  • Follow a vegetarian diet.
  • Don't eat more than 1 mango a day.
  • Avoid using garam masala, methi seeds, mustard seeds, red chillies in your daily cooking as this aggravate vata in the body during summers.
  • Cut down on caffeinated beverages as they dehydrate your body.
  • Avoid sour, spicy, too much oily foods.
  • Avoid papayas as they are known to heat up the body.

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