Oranges have Vitamin C, bananas have Potassium, strawberries have antioxidants,… and watermelon?
If we think about the benefits of each type of fruit for our health, we always attribute watermelon its high water content, and indeed 92% of watermelon is water, which provides us with hydration and the necessary electrolytes in the warmer months.
But watermelon contains many other nutrients that can improve our health and prevent diseases such as cardiovascular problems, thanks to amino acids that improve blood circulation. It is also rich in many vitamins, some well known as Vitamin A which improves the health of our eyesight and Vitamin C which strengthens the immune system. It is also antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and has a diuretic effect, which helps with fluid retention and loss of body fat.
As we can see, watermelon is a complete fruit that, in addition to keeping us hydrated, provides great benefits to our health, and all with a sweet and refreshing taste.