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Beat The Heat with Watermelon Gazpacho!!!Check out this new and amazing recipe for a fantastic Watermelon Gazpacho!Ingredients½ cup of finely chopped red onion½ cup of roughly chopped red onion1 cup roughly chopped red bell peppers¾ cup of finely chopped red bell peppers1 cup roughly chopped peeled and seeded cucumbers1 cup of finely chopped peeled and seeded cucumbers1 Tbsp of roughly chopped jalapeno1 Tbsp of finely chopped jalapeno2 cups of fresh tomatoes6 - 7 cups of chopped seedless watermelon¼ cup of chopped cilantro¼ - ½ cup of red wine vinegar1 Tbsp rock salt1 Tbsp olive oilGarnish:sour creamdiced avocadocilantroInstructionsTake your roughly chopped onion, bell pepper, cucumber, jalapeno, and cilantro into a blender. Add tomatoes and pulse until it is pureed. Add the watermelon now, and pulse again until smooth. Pour this into a large bowl.Taste the gazpacho and add the red wine vinegar to help balance the sweetness of watermelon and the tomatoes. You may need more or less vinegar depending on the sweetness and acidic levels of the watermelon and tomatoes. I would start with ¼ cup of vinegar. Whisk in salt and olive oil once done balancing.Now stir in the finely chopped onions, bell pepper, cucumber, and jalapeno. Chill this for at least an hour so that the flavors have time to blend. Add more salt if needed.Now garnish to your liking using sour cream, diced avocado, and cilantro.#summerfoods#bestdieticianinhyderabad#DrDeepaAgarwalFor More Details visit www.nutriclinic.zest.md
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Hydration During Summers!!Our bodies are 60% water by weight, and proper hydration is absolutely essential for our overall health. After all, the water we consume optimizes blood pressure, regulates body temperature, lubricates joints, moves waste out of the body, and aids in digestion.And with increased summer temperatures and outdoor activities comes increased water loss—through sweating and evaporation—as your body works to stay cool.Recommendations for water vary depending on weight, age, and activity level but an easy one to remember is 8x8, or 8 glasses of 8 ounces (30ml) of water each day. Whether you prefer limes, lemons, oranges, berries, or cucumbers, infusing your water with fresh fruit can make for a refreshing and spa-like beverage, without any added artificial sweeteners or preservatives.Yes, juices, milk, and herbal teas can all help hydrate your body—even caffeinated drinks (in moderation) can provide you with much-needed water. However, water is what your body is really craving, so you might as well go straight to the source. Sticking with H2O will help you skip the unnecessary sugars, additives, and caffeine found in other drinks.The good news is that only 70-80% of your daily hydration needs to come from water; 20-30% should actually come from food! All whole fruits and vegetables contain some amount of water, but munch on these top picks for maximum benefit:97% water: Cucumbers96% water: Celery95% water: Tomatoes, radishes93% water: Red, yellow, green bell peppers92% water: Cauliflower, watermelon91% water: Spinach, strawberries, broccoli90% water: GrapefruitWater is truly the elixir of life. As you experience all the wonderful milestones of summer, remember to drink plenty of water and eat a diet rich in hydrating whole fruits and vegetables to keep you going strong all summer long. Your body (and mind) will thank you!For more details visit www.nutriclinic.zest.md#summerhydration#bestdieticianinhyderabad
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