A student wrote:
“My Husband and I will spend a month in Southeast Asia in January. I am concerned that I will have issues with the hot, huumid climate. We will only have air conditioning in the hotel and bus. I have lightweight clothes, colling bandana, big hat, and know to drink lots of water. Is there anything else I can do, such as eat certain foods, ie, salty snacks, boullion, etc.?”
Well this is a great question! After a little research I’ve got great news.
It turns out that not only can you add one type of food to your diet, there are three types of food that will help you stay hydrated or rehydrate especially if you or someone you know is NOT a big drinker of water. The following VideoBlog should help answer this question and at the bottom of this post, I’ve included the source where I found some helpful information on different foods that help you stay or get better hydrated.
I hope this helps and thanks for sending the question.
Have fun in Southern Asia and let me know how it went when you get back.
Foods That Hydrate