It's important that you take care of your body in the summer months, including eating the right foods.
13 Action News spoke to a dietitian at St. Rose Hospital, Stephen Slivka, to get insights on the best foods to eat in the summer.
Slivka says most vegetables are between 70 and 95 percent water, which means they can be a great way to increase water intake.
Some of the worst foods to eat include crackers and chips because they will contribute to dehydration.
And if you have to make a choice, popsicles are better than ice cream.