The bright golden melons are not only beautiful to behold but are also loaded with amazing health benefits. It’s a member of the melon fruit family otherwise known as ‘sweet melon’.
These fleshy and juicy melons are packed with nutritional components that are great for your overall wellbeing.
Boosts immune system
Golden melon is highly-rich in vitamin A, an essential nutrient that provides your body with the needed defences to fight off bacteria and diseases.
Vitamin A significantly contributes to the production and activities of the white blood cell, thus helping to fend off pathogens and strengthen your immune system.
Prevents heart disease
Consuming golden melon also reduces the risks of heart disease as it prevents clogged arteries to keep your heart healthy.
High level of homocysteine, an amino acid present in the blood, is closely linked to heart disease. The succulent juicy fruit contains Vitamin A which lowers the level of homocysteine in the blood.
The brightly-coloured fruit consists of both soluble and insoluble fibre which is of great benefit to your digestive system.
Golden melon keeps your gut free from gastrointestinal diseases by ensuring the growth of healthy bacteria. It also regulates bowel movement and prevents constipation.
Keeps you hydrated
One of the basic features of a host of melon fruits is their juicy flesh. Golden melon contains about 90 per cent water, magnesium and electrolytes which help your body stay hydrated.
Golden melons are great for facial masks. It hydrates the skin leaving it looking supple and fresh.
The is also supercharged with omega-3 and 6 fatty acids serve as anti-inflammation protecting your skin against UV rays.
It also contains omega-6 fatty acid an essential nutrient that helps maintain the bone, skin and even reproductive health.
Golden melon also contributes to eye health, blood sugar control, fights off acne and regulates blood pressure.
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