It is the most awaited time of the year – the festive season! and it comes with Meal, late night parties, alcohol consumption, disrupted sleep schedules and many things related to change in weather. All of these things combined can take a toll on your health, especially if your body is dehydrated. ,hydration Energy levels have a big impact. Good hydration is an important factor in improving blood circulation, energy levels and helping to maintain good health. This further helps to strengthen the defenses of the immune system, and better resistance to stress and infection, thereby supporting optimal brain function and good digestion. All of these are mandatory for everyone,” Karishma Chawla, nutritionist and lifestyle educator, said.
He further said that the fluid intake is done through the food we eat and the beverages we drink. “On an average, we get about a liter of water through the food we eat. This number varies by food selection. For example, fruits and vegetables in raw form have the highest percentage of water, cooked whole grains and carbohydrates such as lentils contain a fair amount, and high-fat foods have very low water content such as nuts and lentils. Seed.
“Remember, drinking more than 500ml of water in one go in the morning does not count towards hydration status. Hence, it is important to drink water throughout the day,” Chawla said.
Chawla further shares different ways to stay well hydrated this season:
* Start the day with the juice of half a lemon in lukewarm water. Add a pinch of cinnamon to it.
*First take a cup of carrot or carrot and celery juice Breakfast.
* Have a fresh glass of coconut water early in the morning.
* Apple cider vinegar in lukewarm water before lunch helps in boosting immunity and keeps you hydrated throughout the day.
* Sip on water filled with mint, basil, or citrus fruits throughout the day.
*You can also sip oregano either Fennel water to aid digestion or help with bloating, once a day.
* 1 cup soup/vegetable the con This is a great idea before going to the party.
* Take home made herbal tea that contains ginger, black pepper and some tea leaves.
She also shared two rules of thumb:
Drink 2 glasses of water with every glass of wine.
– abstain from alcohol empty stomach.
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