Watermelon's water and fibre are good for digestion.
Vitamin C helps your body manufacture collagen, a protein that keeps skin smooth and hair strong.
Citrulline in watermelon may increase workout performance and lessen muscular pain.
Lycopene may help your eyes.
Watermelon may reduce inflammation and oxidative damage due to antioxidants, lycopene, and vitamin C.
Globally, heart disease causes the most deaths. Lifestyle variables like nutrition may reduce heart attack and stroke risk by lowering blood pressure and cholesterol.
Lycopene and cucurbitacin E are anticancer chemicals in watermelon.
Watermelon has potassium, magnesium, vitamins A and C. It has 46 calories per cup (152 grams)
Temperature regulation, organ function, nutrition delivery to cells, and alertness depend on hydration.