Watermelon and its properties

Watermelon, native to Africa, but also grown in Europe and Asia, is particularly rich in vitamins A (beta carotene), B1, B6 and is especially recommended to alleviate the feeling of tiredness and exhaustion typical of the summer season, rich in mineral salts such as potassium and magnesium.

Watermelon is also rich in trace elements such as calcium, manganese, zinc, iron and phosphorus. There is no real danger of fatigue with a watermelon slice. This has 32 calories per 200 g.

This fruit allows to regulate the diuresis and regulates that sense of swelling and water retention that often cause not a few problems.

Watermelon refreshes blood and its salts increase the power of red blood cells. It's a great source of water.

Particularly suitable for prostate, liver and intestine sufferers.


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