Watermelon Has Improved My Wellbeing by 47%
We all know the crazy stereotype about Watermelon. Trust me, what you’re about to read is not about that. What you’re about to read has everything to do with the Benefits of Drinking Watermelon Juice.
Watermelons have been around for over 5,000 years. Yes, 5,000 years before Christ.
Watermelon Nutrition Facts:
Benefits of Eating Watermelon:
Curve the risk of cancer and diabetes
Protect joints from inflammation
Helps shield skin from sunburn
Reduce muscle cramps
Maintain glucose levels
Lower blood pressure
The good thing about eating Watermelon or Drinking Watermelon Juice you will consume healthy amino acids, antioxidants, and nutrition your body needs.
Watermelon contains 92% water has high water content. Seedless Watermelons tend to have more antioxidants. The Bright Red Watermelons have higher levels of lycopene.
What is Lycopene?
Lycopene is a powerful antioxidant that helps to protect your body cells. It gives fruits and vegetables a bright red color.
Lycopene is good to maintain high blood pressure and high cholesterol levels.
The Effect Watermelon Has on Nursing/Pregnant Women:
Watermelon is rich in vitamins and minerals. It’s has a huge impact on pregnant or nursing mothers. Watermelon can Relieve Morning Sickness and ease heartburn in pregnant women.
I have a list of foods that can help nourish and maintain a pregnant or nursing woman’s health. If you’re interested in finding out about that content. I will list those videos and articles below. Make sure to view those at your leisure.
How To Pick A Watermelon?
Watermelon is not ALL the same. You have to know how to pick the right Watermelon in order to enjoy and receive the benefits from it.
First, If you see a watermelon with a stem on it. Make sure the stem is dried out, brown in color, and brittle.
Second, if your watermelon has a flat spot on it. Make sure that spot is yellow in color and no white spot on it.
Lastly, When checking your watermelon look closely at it. You should see brown web-like lines throughout. This indicate how sweet the Watermelon is.
Remember Seedless Watermelons have more lycopene levels in those. Lycopene is an antioxidant that protects your body cells from damage and free radicals.
To learn more about the Juicy Benefits of Watermelon click the video below. You will not be disappointed.
Originally published at https://heymamaarane.com on September 16, 2021.