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12:43 PM April 5, 2019

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List of 5 Healthiest Summer Food You Need To Eat this Dry Season in the Philippines

SUMMER FOOD – Here is a list of five(5) healthiest food you need to eat this dry season in the Philippines.

The summer season or the dry season is finally on in the Philippines. It may run until May or June thus Filipinos will have to suffer for the intense heat for months.

Undeniably, although it is a perfect time for vacation, family bondings, and other joyful experiences, we should not lose focus on keeping ourselves healthy. This dry season may also put our health at risk.

Do you know that there are excellent summer food to keep yourself healthy this dry season in the Philippines?

Summer Food
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Based on a list of Food Network, here is a list of five(5) healthiest summer food that you need to eat this dry season in the Philippines:

1. Grilled Fish

People with heart conditions and even those who do not have are at risk during the intense dry season. You may eat some grilled fish like salmon to provide Omega-3 fats to your heart.

Grilled Fish
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2. Vegetable Salad

The best no-cook meal that you can take is a vegetable salad. Each of the ingredients in this salad will surely contribute to keep your body healthy.

Vegetable Salad
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3. Watermelon

Based on the article, one of the most hydrating food that you can eat this dry season is watermelon. It is also rich in lycopene that can help keep your heart healthy.

Summer Food
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4. Corn

Eye health should also be guarded during the dry season. Too much exposure too sun light and as well as dry eyes may lead to other conditions. Eating corn can help load yourself with nutrients necessary for the eyes like zeaxanthin and lutein.

Summer Food
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5. Berries

Berries are also excellent food during the dry season when you need more fiber. Sweet food are everywhere and fiber can help slow down the rate of the absorption of sugar into the bloodstream.

Berries
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