Healthy Summer Thirst Quenchers
Summer means longer days, warmer afternoons and cooler beverages! Healthy Grocery Girl Megan Roosevelt, RD, LD, joined us to share some fun ways to quench your thirst naturally.
Megan says, "Warmer weather means we need pay attention to our water intake, and hydrate more often to avoid dehydration. Symptoms of dehydration can include dizziness, mental fog, fatigue, feeling weak, extreme thirst as well as in severe conditions symptoms can include rapid heartbeat, rapid breathing, fever, delirium and unconsciousness."
Water, the best natural source for optimal hydration, can get boring. To beef up your water intake, Megan says to try these natural summer thirst quenching recipes!
Sparkling Coconut Lemonade
2. Sparkling Japanese Drinking Vinegar
Hydration tip: Never leave home without water! Make sure to carry a water bottle with you everywhere you go. This means, do not leave home, run errands, go to the pool or beach, without plenty of fresh cool water with you.
For more information on healthy eating and drinking, visit Megan’s website