Great for Diabetics, Weight loss & a nutritional powerhouse!
“Everything begins with the seeds. These are living foods that give each cell in our body a renewed energy. All seeds are loaded with enzymes that aid digestion and absorption. In fact, they have more enzymes than the actual fruit in the concentrated form.”
Since watermelon is in season and has abundant benefits, Let’s look at the benefits of its seeds!
Energy Source – Watermelon seeds are a great source of energy & has cooling properties
Diabetes Health – Great for diabetics as it is loaded with essential amino acids like lysine and tryptophan
Heart Health – Great for heart health because of the high content of magnesium, (magnesium is vital for heart health)
Helps you sleep – A wonderful cure for insomnia, the tryptophan available in melon seeds induces relaxation and sleep.
Nutritional Powerhouse – Melon seeds are a powerhouse of antioxidants, vitamins A, C & E and various amino acids
Great for skin & hair – Adding melon seeds to diet is great for skin & hair health.
Lycopene- Watermelon as a fruit is a rich source of plant protein lycopene, which helps lower the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
Helps with Hypertension – Watermelon has an amino acid called which stimulates the production of nitric oxide & helps lower blood pressure & the risk of heart disease.
Free Food – Watermelon seeds are low in calories (one ounce of watermelon seeds contains 158 calories), rich in magnesium, iron, and folate, which is an extremely important nutrient for expecting mothers.
How to add these power-packed seeds to your routine
Roast your low in calories and dense in nutrients watermelon seeds for a crunchy munchy each time you feel like snacking. If you want, you can add a little olive oil and salt, lime juice and chili powder, or cayenne pepper.
You can also have them with your salads or smoothies.
Add them in your daily diet to enjoy the taste & health benefits of these seeds.