Eating fruits this summer will help keep you hydrated. / Photodisc / Getty Images
With temperatures skyrocketing, itís crucial to remain hydrated. Richard Wiese, host of Born to Explore, attests that dehydration can cause fatigue, joint and pain stiffness. ďAt one time or another I have been in unique destinations around the world where creativity has been key in staying hydrated,Ē Wiese says. His smart ideas:
ē Flavor your water so youíll drink more. Go beyond the standard lemon and try fresh berries or cucumber; basil also adds a nice twist.
ē Use the summer as an opportunity to switch from coffee to green tea and its health benefits.
ē Add cucumber to your sandwiches ó they are almost 95% water.
ē Summerís best fruits contain water. Try peaches, watermelons or blueberries.
Born to Explore airs weekends on local ABC stations.