Melons are not only low in calories and fat, but they are also high in essential vitamins and minerals, and water content.
In fact, a fresh watermelon, cantaloupe, and honeydew contains up to 90 percent water, making them some of the most thirst-quenching snacks around.
But melons are more than just refreshing. They are low in sodium, and very low in saturated fat and cholesterol. They are also a good source of dietary fiber, vitamin K, potassium, and copper, and a very good source of vitamin C and vitamin B6.
And what about their seeds?
You might be accustomed to spitting them out as you eat but the nutritional value of melon seeds may convince you otherwise.
Melon seeds are low in calories and are nutrient dense. When roasted, they’re crispy and can easily take the place of other unhealthy snack options.
In this video, we will show you the surprising benefits of eating melon seeds!
0:18 Melon seeds nutrition facts
0:27 Melon seeds benefits
1:55 How to consume melon seeds
2:14 Melon seeds milk recipe
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