It's a very Red breakfast today - who would have known there were 2g Protein in my slice of Watermelon !!
But look at this article:
Watermelon provides fluids. “Water” melon, get it? In fact, 92 percent of this fruit is water, making it also low in calories. According to an article on this topic in the June issue of Food and Nutrition magazine, one measuring cup of watermelon chunks has just 46 calories plus a healthy dose of vitamins A and C — nutrients that strengthen our immune system and make our skin glow.
Watermelon has 40 percent more lycopene than raw tomatoes. Lycopene is the pigment that gives watermelon (and tomatoes) their bright red color. This substance has been found to be a potent antioxidant that may play a role in lessening our risk for cancer, heart disease and an eye disease called macular degeneration.
If you are looking for an alternative to sugary energy drinks, then you can try tomato juice. It helps get rid of toxins in the body, which helps boost your energy. Tomato juice not only helps boost your energy, but it also has nutrients that can help you recover faster from workouts.
Great for Your Bones
Tomato juice is high in vitamin K. This nutrient helps strengthen your bones. Vitamin K helps stimulate the production of osteocalcin. This nutrient helps build bones.
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