Beat the Summer with 5 top traditional coolants!


Beat the Summer with 5 top traditional coolants!


It’s the peak of summers across India and temperatures are soaring. What effect does the rising temperature have on our bodies? Every organ in our body – heart, brain, liver, kidney is temperature sensitive and our body does a really good job of regulating the right temperature. But sometimes the heat gets a bit too much and conditions like heat stroke are real and can cause a lot of damage.

Rising temperatures are causing dehydration. Just water is not helping people. People are also opting for juices, sodas, sugar-sweetened drinks and other beverages to quench their thirst. Packaged fruit juices and carbonated drinks are harmful in summer, as they have high amounts of artificial sugars. They soon leave a person thirstier. Very cold water too does not help quench thirst. It makes one feel like having more and more water.

Here are the top 5 Traditional coolants for this summer

  1. Tender Coconut Water

One thing from nature’s endless bounty that’s easily available, inexpensive and possesses an endless list of health benefits is coconut water. Tender Coconut water basically helps replace fluid loss from the gastrointestinal tract, thus keeping oneself hydrated during this heat.

  1. Fruit Infused water

Infusing water with the goodness of organic fruits tastes not only different. And you end up drinking more of it, plus nutrients from the flavouring agents. Add slices of cucumber, lemon, mint, raw mango and oranges to water and allow it to rest for some time. To enhance hydration, keep sipping at it from time to time.

  1. Buttermilk

Buttermilk is full of electrolytes and is one of the best drinks to beat the heat and loss of water from the body. A drink to relish in summer, buttermilk reduces summer-related issues, such as prickly heat and general uneasiness. Rich in carbohydrates and low in fat, Buttermilk acts as a healthy choice.

  1. Sattu Drink

Sattu is made from roasted black chickpea flour, it is part of Bihar and eastern UP cuisine. Sattu drink or sharbat is a healthy summer drink, and very easy to make. Just add Sattu flour, chilled water, a sweetener and some black salt and your beverage is ready in a matter of minutes.

  1. Watermelon Juice

Watermelon juice is a healthy option, easy to make at home. One can use honey to it if you want more sweetening, It’s high in vitamin A, vitamin C and potassium. It’s about 92% water, so it’s plenty hydrating.











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