Pudina To Karela, 7 Foods That Can Prevent Heat Stroke

By Ranita Ray

India is going through an extreme summer. Depriving your body of hydration may result in heat-related conditions, such as heat stroke. Nature has given us several foods that can aid in maintaining hydration and promoting overall well-being during sun exposure in summer.  Here are 7 foods that can prevent heat stroke.


Mint or pudina has been a staple in the Indian kitchen. Mint in ice cream or drinks cools the brain because of its menthol content.


Cucumber hydrates the body with high water content. Its fibre cleanses the body. Its skin's vitamin C safeguards against sun radiation's carcinogenic effects.


Celery, a water-rich vegetable, supplies potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, sodium, and zinc. Add this to your diet to stay hydrated.


In hot temperatures, watermelon is good for hydrating. It also promotes perspiration and regulates body temperature.


Kiwis include potassium, an electrolyte that helps muscles function during perspiration. This fruit help maintains bodily equilibrium during high-temperature.


Gulkand, a rose petal preserve, cools the body and relieves fatigue, weakness, and pain. It aids digestion, reduces acidity, and cleanses the blood,  for better summer well-being.

Bitter Gourd

Bitter gourd or karela can be a saviour even if you occasionally indulge in fiery cuisine in hot summer. Add it to your diet to beat the heat.