the various benefits of watermelon you need to know

Watermelon contains enough water, about 91%. However, that does not mean that this is reducing benefits or other vitamins contained in watermelon. Watermelon still contain enough minerals, vitamins, and even antioxidants that the body needs. Not only that, watermelon also includes low in calories, with 30 calories in 100 grams of watermelon.

The following are the various benefits of watermelon that you shouldn't miss.

    Watermelon, Beside rich in water, which is contained in watermelon, including vitamin C, an antioxidant, selenium, and zinc mineral that helps muscles to relieve pain and stiffness in muscles. Therefore, watermelon good for people with arthritis. In fact, according to research, the fruit is also good for athletes. Where watermelon can improve recovery time in muscle pain experienced by athletes after training. This is expected because of the amino acid L-citrulline contained in watermelon.

    Watermelon and Watermelon prostate contain enough vitamin C, vitamin A, lycopene and antioxidants needed by the body. Antioxidants help the body fight free radicals that can cause cancer. In fact, in 152 grams of watermelon there are at least 9 to 13 mg of lycopene, more than the body needs (approximately 10 mg per day). Lycopene alone serves to reduce the risk of prostate cancer.

    Watermelon and beautiful skin not only good for health, watermelon with existing content inside can also beautify the skin and hair. This is because watermelon contains vitamins and minerals needed by the body. The water content contained in it can help the body properly hydrated, so it is expected to maintain healthy skin and hair. And vitamin C to help the body produce collagen needed for the structure of the hair and skin. There are at least 21% of vitamin C in 152 grams of watermelon. In addition to vitamin C, watermelon also contains vitamin A needed for the growth of body tissues, such as skin, hair, and helps the production of sebum to keep the hair moisture.

    Watermelon also contains choline which can not only help the transmission of nerve impulses, but also can reduce chronic inflammation. In fact, the content of choline in it can also help the absorption of fat, maintain the structure of the skin cells of the body, it is thought good for memory and improve learning ability.