Here it is again: watermelon!
Here on the channel, we have videos about the benefits of this fruit, how to use its rind, how to pick the perfect watermelon at the supermarket, and how and why it is good to eat watermelon seeds.
When we think about watermelon, the first thing that comes to mind is a red, sweet, and juicy fruit.
But what many people don’t know is that the rind is where we find most of the nutrients, like vitamins A, B6, C, zinc, magnesium, and potassium.
Have you watched any of these videos yet?
If you love watermelon as much as we do, you will be surprised to learn the benefits hidden in its rind:
0:00 Watermelon Rind Benefits
0:41 Helps with muscle gain
0:52 Regulates blood pressure
1:07 Improves the urinary system
1:15 Strengthens the bones
1:32 Increases libido
1:41 Helps with hair health
1:53 Cleans the skin
2:03 Avoids dehydration
2:16 Watermelon Rind Juice Recipe
With all those benefits, let’s see how to use watermelon rinds in a tasty juice!
This juice, besides being nutritious, is also easy to do.
Write down the ingredients:
2 watermelon slices with the rinds;
½ glass water;
In a blender, combine the watermelon slices and the water and blend well. Now you can drink your juice. Since this juice uses watermelon rinds, it should be well sanitized to avoid any bacteria.
Now tell us: did you know that watermelon rind could be used in all these ways?
Try this juice and share your experience with us.
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