Provides antibacterial and anti-cancer benefits
Watermelon contains vitamins C and A, iron and potassium.
When juicing, peel the rind. You can juice the rind, however, the taste is not that great and it is very hard on your juicer. If you choose to use the rind, it does add nutritional benefits. Use flesh and seeds which contain protein, zinc, vitamin E and essential fatty acids.
The juice is super refreshing, a beautiful pink, and very hydrating. It’s a great thirst quencher and blends well with other fruits.
Two cups of chunked fruit yields about 1 cup (250 mL) of juice.
Vitamins and Minerals
Rich in beta-carotene, folic acid, B5, C, and small amounts of B1, B2, B6
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