Reasons Why You Should Never Throw Away Watermelon Rinds

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I believe everyone loves the juicy watermelon in the hot summer days. Despite its delicious, refreshing taste, watermelons are abundant in healthy nutrients, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals which can significantly improve your general health. Watermelons keep your body hydrated, cleanse all the toxic waste from the body etc. However, did you know that watermelon rinds also have numerous health benefits?

We generally throw them without knowing that this part of the fruit is rich in vitamins A, C and B6, magnesium, potassium and zinc. Red watermelons are abundant in lycopene. Lycopene is a powerful antioxidant can protect you from numerous diseases. Furthermore, it has been proved that 95% of the nutritional value of watermelon is actually found in the rind.

Watermelon Rind Boosts the Workout Benefits

Watermelons are high in citrulline, an amino acid which the muscles need after going to the gym. Therefore, you can take some watermelon rind and add it in your tuna or chicken breasts as an addition to your post-workout meal.

Eating Increases Your Libido

Watermelon rinds are an excellent way to boost your libido. Due to its high citrulline content, watermelon rinds can naturally increase your sex drive and this is why this ingredient has been added to a number of libido-boosting supplements on the market. Moreover, studies have found that citrulline is also beneficial for mild erectile dysfunction.

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It Promotes a Healthy Weight Loss

The rind of watermelon is an excellent source of fiber. It can also help you lose weight and prevent overeating. Furthermore, watermelon rind has diuretic properties which can help you eliminate the excess water from the body.

Consuming It May Help Regulate Your Blood Pressure

Watermelon rind is great for those who suffer from hypertension since it has the ability to regulate the blood pressure levels by eliminating the excess water. According to studies, watermelon rind extract is effective in maintaining normal blood pressure in adults, together with the measures recommended by their doctors.

The Rind of Watermelon Is Good for The Urinary System

Watermelon rind has the ability to prevent urinary tract infections. Also, it can preserve the normal kidney function since it can increase the production of urine and keep the urinary tract healthy. Don`t forget to drink 8 to 12 glasses of water a day.

It May Help Ward Off Deadly Cancer

Lycopene is another extremely beneficial compound found in watermelon rinds. A number of studies have found that lycopene can lower the risk of developing prostate cancer by up to 34%. Being a powerful antioxidant, lycopene also protects from other types of cancer, such as stomach, pancreas, colon, esophagus and cervix cancer.

In conclusion, watermelon together with its parts is extremely beneficial for your health and therefore, it is recommended that you include it in your daily diet. For instance, you can add watermelon rinds in your salad, soups, stews and stir-fries. In many parts of the world, people use watermelon rinds when making relishes, preserves, jams and candles.
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