Yellow watermelon, or melon, is one of the delicious summer fruits that can be eaten as a snack, or added to fruit salads, appetizers, and some salty foods. Consuming it to get rid of bacteria, as it is grown close to the ground, and it can come in contact with bacteria from soil, water, or animals, and it is advised not to wash the yellow watermelon with soap; it may enter from the skin of the skin Of, cut the end of the trunk, and get rid of it, since the bacteria accumulate in it and can save it in a package sealed in the refrigerator for up to five days.

So when you eat it next time, remember to give it the following.

 Rich in beta-carotene
Yellow watermelon is one of the most yellow fruits rich in beta-carotene, that is, it approximates carrots with its content.

Beta-carotene is a type of carotenoid that gives fruits and vegetables their color.
When beta-carotene is ingested, it turns into the body into vitamin A or acts as a powerful antioxidant that helps fight free radicals that attack the body.

Vitamin A is essential for healthy eyes, the immune system and healthy red blood cell production.

The ability to maintain bone health and strength: The melon contains a group of nutrients such as calcium, phosphorus, zinc, and others as follows: folic acid; necessary for the destruction of homocysteine, an amino acid whose accumulation is linked to a decrease in the mineral density in the bones. Vitamin K, which is involved in the production of Osteocalcin, one of the main structural proteins in bone formation. Magnesium, which is a necessary component needed by the cells responsible for building and destroying bone tissue to function properly.

A source rich in water: Yellow watermelon consists of about 90% of water. It also contains electrolytes such as potassium, magnesium, sodium, and calcium. This mixture of water and nutrients is a good source of moisture after exercising, or When sick, or to keep the body hydrated throughout the day.

 Dietary fiber and yellow watermelon
Dietary fiber has many health benefits:

It protects from constipation
Reduces the risk of heart disease and diabetes
Help reduce weight
Increases the period of feeling full.
Therefore, it is recommended that the daily ration of dietary fiber be as follows:

Men under 50: 38 g
Women under fifty: 25 grams
Men over fifty: 30 grams
Women over fifty: 21 grams.

The ability to maintain eye health: Yellow watermelon contains antioxidants, such as Lutein and Zeaxanthin, which are carotenoids that enhance eye health and help prevent associated visual loss. With age.

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