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How to make watermelon juice and its health benefits


Team Udayavani, May 5, 2021, 11:23 AM IST

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Summer is here and it’s finally the time for juicy watermelons. Watermelons are a rich source of essential vitamins, proteins, and fiber which are great for the well-being of the body.

Watermelon contains potassium and magnesium which help in keeping the blood vessels healthy. They even help in maintaining the smooth flow of blood. They are packed with fiber and help in improving the digestive system and as watermelon has high water content, it helps in flushing out the harmful toxins from the body.

Watermelon has electrolytes, carbs, and minerals that hydrate the body and makes one feel energetic.

How to prepare watermelon juice at home?

Cut the watermelon into cubes, add it to a mixer. Sieve and drink. Add lemon or mint leaves to enhance its taste.

 

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