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4 Summer food tips

4 Summer food tips

Summer has come and with it vacations, beach, swimming pool, bikini, popsicle.

For you to enjoy the season fully, here are some tips:

- Serve foods rich in beta-carotene, they help in the tanning and maintenance process

- Drink plenty of liquid to moisten (at least at the end of the day).

- Take plenty of omega-rich foods to aid in the absorption of beta-carotene: flaxseed, walnuts, 1.5 liter per day), after all, in the summer we feel very hot, we perspire more and we need to replenish this liquid.

Use of foods rich in beta-carotene, they aid in the tanning process

Abuse of water, water of coconuts, natural juices, iced tea and even cold soup!

- Have a diet full of vegetables and fruits! They have countless benefits. Some of them are:

1- They are rich in minerals that are lost in perspiration.

2- They are rich in antioxidant compounds that inhibit the action of free radicals (which bring about early aging of the skin after a lot of sun)

3- They are filled with water, helping to hydrate the body;

  • Did you feel like eating sweet? Enjoy and have a fruit popsicle! He kills the sweet will and has a low calorie

  • - And to continue to raze in that bikini, abuse light foods and help your bowel to function perfectly: whole grains and cereals, raw vegetables (salad), vegetables, olive oil ( in moderation), lean meats, yogurts!


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