The feeling of thirst in the month of Ramadan becomes intense when it falls in summer so how can we help our bodies maintain water, resist the feeling of thirst, and reduce its intensity?

Here are some Healthy Foods that may be served at Suhoor and iftar:

Cucumber:- With the highest water content (97%) of any solid food. It keeping the body hydrated while helping the body eliminates toxins. Cucumbers have most of the vitamins the body needs in a single day. So put down your sodas and coffee and eat a cucumber slice.
Celery:- It not only hydrates, it also neutralizes stomach acid, relieving heartburn and acid reflux. In short it helps protect the digestive tract as a whole. Its Water content is 95.4 %. Celery has diuretic and cleansing properties. It also reduces high blood pressure.
Radishes:- its water content is 95%. With high water content and lots of vitamin C as well as phosphorus and zinc, radishes are a nourishing food for the tissues and can help keep your body hydrated and your skin looking fresh and healthy all summer long. Radishes are a powerful detoxifier which makes them good for both the stomach and liver by eliminating waste and toxins.
Tomatoes:- It contains 94% water. Eating tomatoes could give you a little extra protection from sunburn. Tomatoes are a very good source of chromium, which helps to regulate blood sugar.
Zucchini:- It’s high water content which hydrates your skin. Zucchini is effective for weight management due to its healthy combination of high fiber and moisture content and a low calorie content which make it a low energy food.
Watermelon:- they are also good for hydration. Made up of 91% water, because of its high water and fiber content, helps to prevent constipation and promote regularity for a healthy digestive tract. Watermelons have an alkaline-forming effect in the body which can help reduce the risk of digestive diseases caused by high acid diet. Studies show they also help fight cancer. Watermelon is a natural diuretic which helps increase the flow of urine.

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