30 degrees in the shade, sweat runs down - now an ice-cold lemonade to cool off? Better not! We'll tell you why you should go without cold drinks in summer and what is really refreshing in the scorching heat.
That is a mistake! Ice-cold drinks do not cool down in summer, they have the opposite effect. Because our organism first must warm up the cold liquid, and this process makes the body sweat even more. Therefore, it is better to reach for lukewarm drinks or do it like the desert dwellers and drink hot tea in hot temperatures! Drink the right amount of water.
Juice spritzers - it's all about the right ratio!
Juice spritzers are healthy and tasty thirst quenchers if the mixing ratio is right! Use one third of the juice and two thirds of water for one litre of spritzer.
Water cooler with or without filtration. Fresh summer fruits such as berries, melons or cherries provide your body with plenty of fluids, vitamins, and minerals. Many vegetables such as cucumbers and tomatoes also have a high-water content and should be on the menu every day in summer! Enjoy 5 a day - three servings of vegetables and two servings of fruit a day.
Spice up your mineral water in summer with a dash of fresh lemon juice or a little mint - it's healthy and wonderfully refreshing.