Summer’s arrival brings with it a rise in temperatures and the risk of dehydration. For this, on top of drinking plenty of water, it’s important to eat foods that help up to stay hydrated.

Breakfast:

Coffee with skimmed milk or herbal tea • 1 slice of toast with olive oil and tomato • Watermelon juice

Mid-morning:

1 piece of fresh seasonal fruit •  1 melon juice with lemon or 1 cucumber juice with fresh mint, ginger and sweetener or 1 carrot and celery juice •  1 slice of wholegrain toast with  cheese or turkey

Lunch:

Starters

Gazpacho • Chilled leek soup • White bean salad • Melon soup with ham

Main courses

Turkey fillet with grilled courgette •  Hake en papillote with wild asparagus • Grilled sardines with fennel • Rice with rabbit loin

Desserts

Melon and mint sorbet • Watermelon slush with pineapple • Chilled peach soup with mint • Saturn peach and papaya carpaccio

Mid-afternoon:

1 piece of fresh seasonal fruit •  1 melon juice with lemon or 1 cucumber juice with fresh mint, ginger and sweetener or 1 carrot and celery juice •  1 slice of wholegrain toast with  cheese or turkey

Dinner:

Pasta salad with vegetables and smoked fish •  Leek omelette •  Chicken and lemon bruschetta with onion dressing • Baked salmon with pineapple chutney

Desserts

1 natural fruit juice • Cheese and figs  • Melon and watermelon fruit salad with cherries • Acidic apple, celery and carrot juice