Watermelons are true water suppliers in summer. This is by far not everything. The fruit can also score with many vitamins and minerals.© pavel siamionov - Fotolia.com The warmer it gets outside, the more people to sneak at the fruit counter in the supermarket. Enthusiastic hobby gardeners and melon lovers even grow melons themselves. Whether from the supermarket or fresh from the garden, melons offer many vitamins and minerals and are a real freshness kick, especially in summer.
Ingredients of watermelons
As the name suggests, the melon consists mainly of water. A whole 95 percent is in a melon and therefore, despite its wonderful sweetness, it is very low in calories. Only about 24 kcal per 10 grams of watermelon come together here.
The kernels should also not be neglected, valuable vitamins, minerals, fats and proteins are hidden here. So don't throw it away, but throw it down.
|Nutritional information||Per 100 grams|
|Vitamin A||50 IU (international unit)|
|vitamin C||9.6 mg|