Summer care for health,summer care drinks

 Summer care for health-summer care drinks


Cold Water 
Cold water hydrates, cools, and refreshes you.The environmentally cool thing about tap water or filtered water is there are no plastic or glass bottles to trash or recycle.You can make your water taste a lot more interesting by adding a slice of lemon, lime, or orange.
Water With Natural Flavor Essence
If you don't care for plain water,try flavor water.If it tastes good to you, you'll be more likely to drink more of it and stay more hydrated.Depending on you, you'll have many brands to choose from, like Crystal Geyser, Calistoga, or Perrier with lemon. The first two brands come in assorted noncaloric and nonartificially sweetened flavors -lemon, lime, orange, and berry. These are bubbly, though, so drink them only if carbonation isn't a problem for you.If you want something nonbubbly, try Calistoga Mineral Water with essence. Its ingredients are simple: mineral water, natural flavors, and carbon dioxide.
Iced Green or Black Tea
Look for noncaffeinated versions if you drink tea throughout the day. Lots of flavor options await you at most grocery stores and specialty markets. If you insist on sweetening your tea, use the least amount of sweetener your tastes will tolerate.
Iced Coffee
Millions of pepole already like to drink iced coffee.The lowest calorie way to go is to drink it black, or add a splash or low fat milk or a flavored, fat-free creamer. And you can make it even healthier by choosing decaf.
The Iced Caffe Americano from Starbucks is espresso mixed with cold filtered water and ice, and it has just 15 calories and 3 grams of carbohydrate. If you go the iced latte route, Starbucks' tall Iced Caffe Latte with nonfat milk adds up to 90 calories and 13 grams of carbohydrate (from the nonfat milk).
It's easy to make iced coffee at home.Just brew a batch of coffee in the morning or the night before, chill it in the refrigerator, and it will be ready to hit the ice by high noon.
Coconut water
Coconut water is very refreshing and rich in sugar, electrolytes and minerals available in the natural form in most sterile conditions. It is a natural isotonic drink where the electrolyte levels are similar to those found in the human body. Some research has shown coconuts to have cytokinins which have significant anti aging, anti carcinogenic and anti thrombotic effects.
The water of fresh green coconuts is actually fat free and has zero cholesterol.Some studies even go as far as to say that it increases the HDL levels in the body. Once a coconut is cut open, the water should be consumed as exposure to air can result in loss of nutrients. It is low in fat though rich in vitamins and the potassium level is twice the amount found in bananas.
Lassi or buttermilk benefits
Freshly made yogurt is filled with countless numbers of beneficial bacteria that help digestion and kill harmful viruses. The key here is fresh yogurt as compared to commercial store bought yogurt. According to The Council of Maharishi Ayurveda Physicians yogurt that has been sitting on the shelves at the grocery store does not have the fresh active bacteria that homemade yogurt does.
Lassi or buttermilk drink is a popular and traditional Indian drink, originated in the state of Punjab. It is made of Yoghurt with water, salt, sugar, pepper and flavoured with spices. Different flavours of lassi are also made using different seasonal fruits. Lassi can be salty or sweet. Lassi is enjoyed chilled with ice cubes during hot summers and it's a real thirst quencher.

How to Make Lassi click here.

Strawberry Lassi

Digestive Lassi 

Freshly made yogurt is filled with countless numbers of beneficial bacteria that help digestion and kill harmful viruses. The key here is fresh yogurt as compared to commercial store bought yogurt. According to The Council of Maharishi Ayurveda Physicians yogurt that has been sitting on the shelves at the grocery store does not have the fresh active bacteria that homemade yogurt does. - See more at: http://www.mapi.com/ayurvedic-knowledge/food-tips/health-benefits-of-fresh-made-yogurt.html#sthash.yskZLizt.dpuf
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