The watermelon season is not yet fully started, but it should be ready, because the watermelon is very useful and extremely tasty.
Scientists have named five unusual properties of watermelon that will help you to love him even more, reports Lisa.
The effect of rejuvenation
Scientists assure: a huge benefit is green and striped lies in its composition. The presence of mineral salts (calcium, magnesium, zinc), vitamins b, P, E, and pectin have a restorative and cleansing effect on the body. And beta-carotene contained in watermelons, neutralises the effects of skin aging.
I wonder: 180 grams of watermelon a day will help to 20 % of the daily value of vitamin C, which is involved in the formation and maintenance of collagen, the main protein of the skin.
The health of blood vessels
As for the peel, it is a source of chlorophyll and amino acid citrulline, which help to strengthen immunity. They are also very important for vascular and heart health. The main thing that watermelon was grown in natural conditions and are not processed with chemicals.
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It is sufficient to grind the peel in a blender, add the lime juice and vitamin drink is ready! Make this drink once a week. You’ll certainly feel fitter and more energetic.
An interesting observation of Texas scientists in watermelons has identified substances that are in composition similar to the drug Viagra. Once in the body, they increase libido. Just a few slices of pegagogy will be able to provide the same effect as aphrodisiacs — seafood, citrus, etc.
According to recent studies scientists, seeds of watermelon is also very useful. They contain vitamin b, proteins and fiber that positively affect the digestive system, helps to cleanse the body of toxins and impurities.
One more observation: due to the increased water content, the juicy fruit the heat will save you from heat stroke and quench your thirst. And of course, choosing a watermelon, you should definitely pay attention not only on his tail, but the size of the berries. The larger and lighter the watermelon, the more sweet and juicy.