Hot, Hotter & Hottest
Most of the area in India (Excluding Northern most part) has just three seasons. Hot, hotter and hottest.
We are nearing the end of March Month.
We Indians dread the very thought of our lives between April to July months when the temperature rises both mentally and also weather-wise.
The weather is very hot, humid and stuffy. The temperature ranges from 101ºF(39ºC) to 114ºF(46ºC)
Do you Know?
Of the worlds’ 15 hot places 10 are in India. source-El Dorado
Last year Rajasthan’s Chiru recorded the highest temperature of 122ºF(50ºC)
How do people manage this unbearable heat?
It’s is simple.
We are used to this temperature.
We also are aware of why an individual’s temperature rises during these days resulting in heated arguments but ends in a friendly way by sharing coconut water!
Nutritional value of coconut water
Coconut water is always refreshing.
It contains digestible carbohydrates in the form of sugar and electrolytes. It has few calories, less sodium more potassium and much superior to those Gym/Sports drinks.
Coconut water is lower in sugar than fruit juices and for those who are conscious about weight, it can be a magic beverage.
Coconut water keeps you hydrated and at the same time giving the required nourishment for quick recovery from heat-related exhaustion.
Any modern-day ‘life’ lessons?
“In the world of carbonated soft drinks…be someone’s sweet coconut water” Smiling Tea
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This post is part of Jude’s LIFE IN COLOUR and the theme for March is Green