In summer, heavy drops of sweat and heatstroke are the norm at the hottest hours of the day. In the event of a heat wave, adopting the right diet becomes a key point. To counterbalance the loss of water linked to sweating, we know in particular that good hydration is very important. To do this, you must drink regularly, without waiting to be thirsty. Indeed, being thirsty is already a sign that one is dehydrated! However, it is more complicated, because the high outside temperature tends to cut our appetite. In hot periods like now, putting the right foods on the menu limits the risk of dehydration and can prevent us from getting hot.