Is Watermelon Good for You?

By | January 25, 2021
Is Watermelon Good for You?

In today’s video, you will see the benefits of watermelon. After all, we already taught you how to choose the best watermelon at the market, how to use its seeds, and the benefits of its rind.

Few people know it, but watermelon, besides being super tasty, also has many health benefits.

Rich in potassium and magnesium, it is a natural diuretic and can prevent some diseases.

Did you know that its red color indicates the presence of lycopene? It is a potent antioxidant that fights free radicals, helping prevent heart diseases and even cancer.

A summer’s favorite, this fruit is one of the most complete ones for our body.

Do you like watermelon? Do you eat it regularly?

Watch this video where we explore watermelon nutritional properties and health benefits!

0:00 Benefits of Eating Watermelon

0:49 Increases immunity
Rich in vitamins and minerals, such as iron, calcium, phosphorus, sodium, and magnesium, watermelon prevents many diseases.

1:08 Hydrates the body
Made of around 90% water, watermelon helps keep the body hydrated.

1:27 Helps debloat
Thanks to its diuretic action, watermelon helps the body fight water retention.

1:33 Good for the eyes
Watermelon can protect the eyes, preventing diseases.

1:54 Source of energy
With all these nutrients, the experts consider watermelon a source of energy.

2:06 Protects the skin from the sun
Because it is rich in carotenoids, such as lycopene, watermelon protects your skin and prevents premature aging.

2:15 Reduces inflammations
Because of lycopene and vitamin C, watermelon reduces inflammation in the body.

2:32 Improves intestinal transit
Because of its high levels of fiber and water, watermelon contributes to better intestinal transit.

2:43 Best way of consuming watermelons

2:55 Watermelon and Diabetes



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