Did you know... watermelons originated in Southern Africa?
Whats the deal with Watermelons?
When you see the word watermelon, does your mouth instantly start to water? I don’t blame you. Watermelons are juicy and look and taste great. They have a hard, green exterior that is sometimes striped, with pink flesh that is scattered with black seeds. As watermelons are at their best from mid-June to late August, this makes them a great summertime treat that is packed with antioxidants. Watermelons have such a high amount of water in them, it cools your body down and can be popular amongst people from tropical regions as it helps to prevents heat stroke.
- Supports hair growth
- A good source of copper, biotin, carotenoids, vitamin A, B1, B5, B6 and C (now you can breathe)
- Nutrient dense
- Rich in potassium
- Great source for fighting free radicals thanks to its vitamin C and lycopene
- Contains amino acids that are anti-inflammatory agents