Citrulline, an amino acid in watermelon, may reduce muscle soreness. It's also available as a supplement. Interestingly, watermelon juice appears to enhance the absorption of citrulline. The juice keeps you active all day, controls your blood pressure and keeps the skin hydrated and moisturized. The potassium present keeps your heart healthy with the skin and hair kept perfect.
Watermelon is one of the most popular and flavored in the entire world. With an obvious presence of water (hence the name), it also houses many essential nutrients and minerals. So what is the best way to get all these nutrients and minerals without causing wastage? Blend them up and have it as a juice of course.
Despite high water content, the watermelon is also made up of the following
- 90% water filled with nutrients
- Each sip contains Vitamins A, C and B6
- Loads of amino acids, antioxidants and Lypocene
- Small amounts of potassium
- Low on sodium and calories
The nutrients present ensure smooth bodily functioning along with improving the immune system and defend it from cancerous cells. Lypocene is known to have a good effect on bone and heart
The water present helps enhance your appearanceKeeps you hydrated along with the required nutrientsRestores the electrolytes keeping your system hydrated
Uses of Watermelon Juice