You will never again throw watermelon seeds when you retain these magnificent benefits.
For most of us, it is quite normal and commonplace to throw watermelon seeds while eating this fruit. But did you know that these seeds bring many benefits to your body?
Hence, change your habit and keep the watermelon seeds. To enjoy the benefits, we recommend boiling, crushing or cooking to reach the contents.
And to be even more convinced of the benefits, remember these virtues well:
· The watermelon seeds are rich in fiber, essential for the proper functioning of your digestion.
· They represent a good prevention of intestinal parasites and an excellent remedy for patients suffering from jaundice and inflammatory diseases.
· These seeds contain, citrulline, a non-essential amino acid because our body can make it. It transforms into the amino acid L-arginine.
· Citrulline converts ammonia, a waste product in your body, to urea for elimination in urine.
· Watermelon seeds are edible, but if you do not chew them, they pass through the intestinal tract without decomposing.
· According to the USDA (US Department of Agriculture), the ability of citrulline to increase L-arginine supply in the body could offer benefits in the treatment of high blood pressure, citrulline is useful for arteriosclerosis, hypertension, angina, kidney and urinary tract.
· Also rich in magnesium, vitamins A, B, C, iron, antioxidants, manganese, calcium, and polyunsaturated and mono-saturated fats, watermelon seeds stimulate the heart, body muscle structure, memory. They are very beneficial for concentration and shine and tightening of the skin.
· The medicinal infusion of watermelon seeds has been known since antiquity as an effective remedy for purifying the kidneys and dissolving kidney stones.
You can use an infusion from fresh seeds. The preparation is very simple:
Take 4 tablespoons of fresh and crumbled watermelon seeds.
Boil them in 2 liters of water for a quarter of an hour.
Consume over 2 days and resume on the 4th day.