The taste and benefits of melon:
The list of melon benefits is almost endless. This is primarily organic water, starch
and sugars, proteins and carbohydrates, dietary fiber, as well as vitamins,
potassium, magnesium, folic acid, phosphorus, calcium, silicon, free organic acids
Melon contains a large amount of folic acid (vitamin B9). It is necessary for the
female body during pregnancy, in addition, it improves memory and protects us
Folic acid is destroyed during heat treatment, and it is customary to eat melon fresh,
so that the vitamin is not destroyed and is well absorbed by the body.
Another vitamin that is valuable (or, more simply, invaluable) for human health is
vitamin C. Due to the high content of this vitamin, melon helps our body resist colds
and feel great throughout the autumn.
What are the other health benefits of melon? Due to the presence of silicon in it, it
improves the condition of hair and skin. Iron (and there is much more of it in a
melon than, for example, in fish and milk) will increase hemoglobin. Thanks to beta-
carotene, we will provide ourselves with beautiful smooth skin of a noble peach
By the way, despite the color, there is more beta-carotene in the melon than in the
Magnesium is extremely useful and, in general, is indispensable for the heart
And the most precious thing in a melon is gold! After all, we need gold not only as
jewelry. This is the same element, like many others - necessary for the body. So,
having enough melons in season, you will provide yourself with gold (!) For the
The list of everything that melon pulp contains may seem daunting at first glance:
water, sugars and starch, proteins, carbohydrates, dietary fiber, free organic acids,
potassium, iron, vitamins C, PP, B1, B2, carotene, folic acid, magnesium,
phosphorus, calcium, honey, inositol, silicon… Abracadabra? Yes. But extremely
useful. Let's try to figure it out.
Silicon has a beneficial effect on the condition of the skin and hair, iron is good for
the circulatory system (and in a melon, by the way, it is 17 times more than in milk,
and 3 times more than in fish), vitamin C strengthens the nervous system and
improves immunity .
Beta-carotene (and there is even more of it in a melon than in a carrot!) Provides us
with a noble peach skin tone, making it smooth. A substance with the strange name
"inositol" promotes hair growth and makes them thicker.
Folic acid is extremely useful for the nervous system - it is responsible for emotional
balance and good mood. And magnesium is very useful for the heart muscle.
In modern medicine, melon is used mainly to cleanse the intestines, which, by the
way, helps in the fight against excess weight. The main rule is to eat melon on an
On gloomy rainy days, melon can be a cure for the blues - it really relieves fatigue,
anxiety and improves mood.